“Hayi Madoda”: Twitter Zooms in on Flashy 'Vansace' Sunglasses, SA Laughing Out Loud

“Hayi Madoda”: Twitter Zooms in on Flashy 'Vansace' Sunglasses, SA Laughing Out Loud

  • South Africans can’t stop laughing at a local lady who was spotted wearing flashy sunglasses, however they only zoomed in on the brand
  • From a distance, the glasses look like a designer brand, Versace, but when taking a closer look, it’s actually 'Vansace'
  • Scores of locals say Mzansi peeps have no peace but some people hilariously say it’s just a collab between Vans and Versace

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Mzansi social media users are once again investigating a stunning woman’s flashy sunglasses in a viral post. According to a Twitter user, @Xole_25, the unidentified woman is boasting an expensive pair of shades but the brand is seemingly not genuine.

Taking a glance from a distance, local networkers can be convinced the local lady is wearing one of the most expensive brands, Versace, but when you zoom in, it’s actually not.

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The woman decided to spoil herself but Mzansi peeps have discovered the branded glasses are Vansace and not Versace.

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A local woman is a laughing stock on social media. Image: @Xole_25/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The post reads:

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@Ally_Kutullo said:

“Vans and Versace collaborated, leave the girl alone.”

@Machwisa said:

“It’s time for violence?”

@Boujee_Lollipopp said:

“Chommie you want them?”

@Kevin_Dube said:

“Noo maarn ngeke... idinga uk'shawa ngebhande lengane nabangani bayo!!”

@Sierra_2109 said:

“Hayi madoda bayekeleni abantwana shame.”

@Ndiphiwepepeta said:

“You don't like peace.”

@LindaDX1 said:

“From Hong Kong.”

@PrinceMolekga said:

“She only realised after this post hore ba mo tabotse ko Small Street.”

@View_Different said:

“South Africans are very special human beings! I complete there!”

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Checking out another funny article, Briefly News published that a man who was seen sporting artificial nails is an internet sensation and he is offering free lessons to women when it comes to self-protection.

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The guy is just unique but many people found his tricks and lessons a bit unrealistic. Some social media networkers are arguing that it’s very difficult to clench your fist when you have such nails.

They say it’s all about slapping, not punching an opponent when you have such nails. At the same time, some people are impressed with the colour of the nails while some have shared they have similar features.

The viral clip was initially shared on TikTok but found its way to Twitter through @Skeliora_, who wrote: “Fighting with long nails.”

Source: Briefly.co.za

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