- A Free State couple is in the process of buying land
- They say they will dance to Cassper Nyovest's K'sazoba Lit after buying it
- The song talks about black South Africans owning land
A couple in Kwakwatsi, Free State, is in the process of buying land and they plan to celebrate it by dancing to Cassper Nyovest's hit song, K'sazoba Lit.
Twitter user Siphosethu Sisu shared photos of her aunt and her husband surveying the land, Briefly.co.za learned.
Cassper's song talks about how life will be great once the majority of black South Africans get to own the land.
The couple is clearly excited about owning land, and their story channelled this excitement to Siphosethu's Twitter followers.
They praised the couple for taking this significant step. However, some couldn't help but comment on Siphosethu's aunt's looks.
One suggested that the couple is "levels."
"Let's get the land."
For others, however, it was all about the aunt's looks.
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