Azania is giving Lockdown fans the revolution of their dreams

Azania is giving Lockdown fans the revolution of their dreams

- Azania is putting her experiences as an activist to good use

- She managed to convince her fellow inmates to fight for their rights by rioting

- 'Lockdown' fans wait with anticipation to see how her plans will unfold

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Azania, also known as Smalletjie, is a student activist and her revolutionary ways have come out to play as she encouraged her inmates to fights for their right on this week's episode of 'Lockdown'.

Turns out that dynamite really does come in small packages, the feisty Azania has not let her time in jail stop her from standing up for what she believes in.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the rebel with a cause has been stirring up chaos since she arrived at the prison and now with her cellmates following her lead, it’s only a matter of days before a full-blown revolution takes place.

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TimesLIVE reports that her fiery demeanour and passionate speech rallied the women into starting a full-on riot in the prison’s cafeteria.

Fans of the show couldn't decide which screen to watch because Twitter was just as entertaining as the show.

Tweeps unleashed their best memes for the occasion.

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Azania has had a bit of a turbulent relationship with viewers since she arrived.

While they enjoy seeing her cause trouble, they also enjoy watching her get a taste of her own medicine and this was pretty apparent in the last episode of ‘Lockdown’.

She found out the hard way that you need to be very wary of the friends you keep, especially in prison, when they locked her into a morgue freezer.

Briefly.co.za previously covered tweeps’ reactions to the episode and learned that many felt that the punishment was a bit harsh, while others believed that she deserved it.

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