- The former president, Jacob Zuma, has a well-documented history of getting South Africans to fall off their chairs in hysterics
- Videos of him giving speeches at party rallies or in parliament, which many consider funny, are strewn all across social media as people continue to bite into them
- One such video has surfaced, less than 24-hours after his incarceration in prison, and social media users are having fun with it
His antics got many falling over their chairs, members of parliament included, even when the most serious issues were being unpacked.
A social media user has taken to reviving an old video of the former president bedazzling his politician colleagues during one such parliamentary sitting. South Africans at large, at the time, reacted in hysterics.
The mood has not changed despite Zuma's incarceration on Thursday.
The former president was admitted at the Estcourt Correctional Services Centre in KwaZulu-Natal after he handed himself over to authorities an hour before the deadline for his arrest was executed at his Nkandla homestead at midnight the previous day.
Zuma's #Nkandla, "Thixo wase George Koch" throwback tears SA up all over again
The video of Zuma's "Nkandla", "Thixo wase George Koch" by @LwandileZA has garnered nearly 200 000 viewers almost 24-hours after it was posted on Twitter. Many users flooded the comments section with a mixture of sarcastic and satirical comments of their own.
Briefly News looks at some of the funniest comments below.
"So nobody is going to pay attention to the sign language interpreter cracking up in the corner?"
"The most charismatic man in South Africa."
"That eye roll! Mara (but) we've never been serious as a country mara."
"Lmao. Umsholozi deserves to be free; he was supposed to stay as president, I'm sorry."
"Bruh, even the sign language dude was laughing."
Lol: Hilarious video shows pupil stopping to bust a move but he’s late for school
It seems yet another tedious school day can't rain on one little boy's parade as he hilariously dances through the streets of his township on his way to school.
The short clip, Briefly News reported previously, was shared by Twitter user @NkosinatiMagwa, who certainly couldn't get enough of the jiving boy.
"That time he's late for school, not bothered at all," he captioned the viral post, along with several laughing face emojis.
In the video, the boy appears to be minding his own business until a car – playing a local banger – approaches him from the opposite direction before stopping momentarily and then driving past him.
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Source: Briefly News