When lobola goes horribly wrong: Hilarious TV ad has South Africans in stitches

When lobola goes horribly wrong: Hilarious TV ad has South Africans in stitches

A local insurance company has South Africans in stitches with its newest advertisement about how lobola could go horribly wrong.

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King Price Insurance released a hilarious video of a foreigner attempting to pay lobola for his bae, but he ends up getting it horribly wrong.

Briefly.co.za learned since its release on Sunday, 27 May, the video received over 52 000 views, and people were just loving it.

“Our new ad tells the story of a young man with an odd accent who botches up his lobola payment. It’s the second in a series of ads themed ‘When others don’t make sense, we do’”, King Price captioned part of the video’s description.

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The video received a lot of positive attention from South Africans, who described the video as a “home run”.

“I honestly cannot get over this one! Especially the lowing cow in the background right after he says "IT'S THE KETTLE!" This is a home run!!!”, YouTube user Lu babz commented, adding “Hahahaha! Language is an overrated form of communication, truly words can get in the way sometimes. Week made!!”.

The video followed another hilarious clip in King Price’s ‘When others don’t make sense, we do’ series, titled ‘Do Something Sexy to a Tractor!’, which received over 670 000 views since its release.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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