- South Africans are finding it funny as they react to a Soweto-based guy who spotted a chance to promote his music live on television during a looting incident
- The incident took place in Jabulani, Soweto when the man was asked by a journalist what was happening but he just shared his hip-hop verses
- The video clip is seriously going viral on social media platforms and Briefly News looks at the funny reactions from Mzansi
As many people are captured on camera looting and engaged in the violent protests around Gauteng, one guy in Soweto hilariously grabbed a chance to promote himself.
The guy was seen around Jabulani Mall when many of the community members were busy helping themselves at the mall, he was asked a few questions by a journalist. However, he decided to display his skills and shared a few lines of his hip-hop music as well as saying he has a massive following on Instagram
eNCA journalist Khayelihle Khumalo tried to steer him back to what was actually happening on the ground, but he kept dropping his verses to the amazement of the viewers.
The clip has been shared by many on social media but Briefly News takes a look at comments from @Kgaliiey_16, @RTaylor_SA and @Mpholove2019’s offerings.
The post reads:
“Hustler! At least he’s not stealing, what’s his name I wanna listen.”
“Ohk let me check out kipiza music.”
“Does Thando do drugs?”
“The best of them all.”
“My guy understands what is meant by “when an opportunity presents itself, grab it with both hands”.”
“Let’s find and support him, he even said we are not looting."
“Good stories don’t sell indeed, why is he cutting him when he’s answering the question?”
“This what I call airplay looting.”
“This guy thinks he is at the music awards hahaha.”
“The boy is focused.”
“I can spot a king when I see one.”
“Hahaha free marketing.”
Mzansi in disbelief as looters rob blood bank on live TV during Cyril Ramaphosa's address
Remaining with protests and looting, Briefly News ran an article that South Africans are disgusted as they react to a social media post by the South African National Blood Service that was also looted on Monday.
SANBS have condemned the violent protest as one of their outlets was broken into. The information also comes after one of the branches was seen vandalised on television during President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address on Monday night.
With the country still battling against the scourge of the coronavirus pandemic and other illnesses, there is definitely the need for blood yet some people decided to break into the service’s offices.
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