KZN Woman Flexes Fridges, House Packed to the Ceiling With 'Loot': "Living Soft, Hey"

KZN Woman Flexes Fridges, House Packed to the Ceiling With 'Loot': "Living Soft, Hey"

  • One KwaZulu-Natal woman is the beneficiary of massive attention on social media after she appeared on a video showing off suspected loot
  • In addition to packed fridges, a number of boxed items can be seen strewn all across the house and on a flight of stairs
  • There was a ton of reactions to the video on Twitter as users took turns taking in the scenes and voicing their opinions

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A woman in KwaZulu-Natal has grabbed the headlines on Twitter after she appeared on a video taking a tour of her 'loot'. It was posted with a caption which read:

"People are living soft, hey."

In the thirty-second video, shared by social media influencer @kulanicool, the unknown woman can be seen brandishing her spoils to the amazement of a woman off-camera, who is also the same person taking the video.

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A KwaZulu-Natal woman happily flexed her loot and showed off fridges packed with food. Image: @kulanicool/ Twitter.
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A number of boxed items can also be seen strewn all across the house and on a flight of stairs. The woman off-camera can be heard saying in IsiZulu:

"The problem is [that] we just don't know how we are going to leave."

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Three fridges, including one that has a double-door, are shown, with the woman happily showing off the contents comprising all sorts of food items.

Naturally, there was a ton of reactions to the video. Below, Briefly News takes a look at a few.

@JasonKhumalo2 stated:

"When SAPS comes raiding, it will not be fun anymore."

@Thabiso26959385 observed:

"I see even those fridges were looted on their own!"

@GogontleMM noted:

"Our intelligence agency must start doing its job."

@MuzieSndlovu added:

"Guys [you] need to understand there are people who didn't sleep looting Game and Makro ... five days with no rest, just up and down looting."

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Source: Briefly News

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