Tweeps want to send their elders after lady announces Black Friday lobola

Tweeps want to send their elders after lady announces Black Friday lobola

It appears South Africans have completely lost their minds on 23 November, which marks the annual Black Friday sale countrywide.

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With a lot of people gearing up for the biggest specials of the year, one lady decided to poke some fun at #BlackFriday on Twitter.

The woman, who was simply identified as Mahlobo Kay, joked that there would be lobola negotiations for her at her home on Friday, and the possible suitors might even get a discount in honour of #BlackFriday.

"‏Special announcement!!! Black Friday lobola will be available tomorrow at home. Omalume bazobe belindile," she captioned a beautiful selfie.

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Now, although she likely just joked because of the national wide craze with Black Friday, the post gathered quite the attention and some tweeps were ready to send their elders.

Setlogolo Sa Batau, who goes by the Twitter handle @MahuduPieterNk4 commented: "I can come by myself or should i send my elders?"

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While Kay and her followers managed to keep the Black Friday lobola conversation light, the situation at stores across South Africa took a completely different route.

Earlier Briefly.co.za reported the Twitter streets were flooded with shocking videos of the 2018 Black Friday rush. So, we gathered five of the most crazy videos of SA's Black Friday rush.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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