- A short video clip of a man and a woman singing a Xhosa song together has been shared on Twitter by a social media user who seemed to find the clip quite nice
- Many Twitter users however were not sure that they liked the little online performance as many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
- A lot of them expressed that the song was not given any justice as the duo sounded a little "too English" for their liking resulting in a number of jokes
A young South African woman recently headed to Twitter to share a video clip of a man and a woman singing a Xhosa song together. In the clip, the man compliments the woman's voice with a guitar.
"Rent free,"@Zimmie_ captioned the video of the song birds.
Locals did not seem to like it and made this increasingly clear in the comment section of the post. Many of them thought that the woman was not pronouncing the Xhosa lyrics with the accent ut deserved.
A plethora of jokes were born:
"I thought it couldn't get any worse until Whitey opened his mouth and they started harmonizing together"
"Iyoooh. I don't know if I should laugh or cry. Do you guys think Ringo is laughing or crying?"
"Lol they’re saying she’s singing Xhosa in English, Twitter mara"
More News on hilarious performances:
Briefly News also reported that 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 post reads:
“There is no drunkie like a South African drunkie. The song is actually very nice."
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