- A beautiful young girl has wowed many South Africans on social media with singing skills while her video is doing the rounds
- Posted on Twitter by @ChristoThurston, the young lady is giving a rendition of a gospel song and is seen chilling in the car with her father
- The account holder’s followers really love the girl and Briefly News collected a few comments about the hilarious piece
The Mzansi social media community is entertained by a cute young girl who is seen singing a gospel song. The young lady’s video clip is doing the rounds on Twitter. Singing a gospel tune, Wena Nkosi Uyazi, the bubbly child has left many impressed with her voice and confidence.
The video was posted by @Christo Thurston and it's a hit among his followers as it had collected more than 2 000 likes at the time Briefly News put this report together.
The post reads:
“Morning made, hahaha.”
South Africans are really impressed
“Good morning mzalwane.”
“Everything was normal until the king of Maskandi showed up.”
“This girl sings 100% better than me at her age... wooow.”
“This little lady is too brilliant.”
“The energy in this video is so beautiful. There is so much love and joy in this car. I love it!!”
“Bathong she’s a very talented little girl, thank you Mzakes!”
“I love her so so much, speaks her mind.”
“I love this little munchie you know.”
“I love this girl so much but crèche yona? Please don’t come at me. I was adopted by a white couple.”
“She is leadership.”
Teacher sings with school kids and they learn with joy
On similar reports related to singing, Briefly News reported that a video of school children singing in class is going viral and has wowed Mzansi social media users.
In the clip, one could hear the teacher’s voice giving a mathematics lesson and many are impressed with the way the lesson is delivered. Posted by @KulaniCool on Twitter, the clip has attracted the online community and some wish to turn back the hands of time and head back to school.
Some users have also praised the teacher's creativity but some jokingly believe the voice is that of Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema.
Enjoyed our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!