- Mzansi social networkers are laughing at a video of two men singing and seemingly drunk as they walk home from the pub
- The duo is seen dancing while giving a rendition of some lyrics from their favourite song and have attracted attention on social media
- Some members of the online community are impressed and have hilariously reacted to the closing message shared by the two intoxicated revellers
A video going viral online shows a South African township story of two friends apparently on their way home after a party, singing as they go. The two buddies can be seen in the clip pulling off some old dance moves to a favourite track.
The two friends are singing Hello My Baby, which is a song that was made famous by the legendary group, Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Posted by @SouthAfrica2021 on Twitter, the number of views is skyrocketing and the reactions are definitely set to leave you laughing the cold weather away.
The clip had amassed 402 likes and 117 retweets at the time Briefly News published the unique clip.
The post reads:
“There is no drunkie like a South African drunkie. The song is actually very nice."
Mzansi is entertained
@Nkosinathi Nondo said:
“Hahaha that voet### is crucial.”
“Ladysmith Black Mambazo.”
“The hand, isn't it supposed to be flexed?”
“The last part...”
More drunken antics
In other hilarious stories covered by Briefly News, a picture was shared by @Advobarryroux, who continues to us with hilarious Twitter content.
Heading online, the young Twitter influencer shared a funny post about how a drunk man had mistaken a braid for a snake and subsequently tried to kill it.
"This snake was killed by a drunkard on his way from the pub last night," a snap of the attacked braid was captioned.
South Africans found this hilarious and swiftly headed to the comment section where they shared a number of jokes about the situation.
Read a few of their comments below:
"He did a good job... Those snakes make me sick."
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