An Indian boy was filmed passionately singing a traditional song but South Africans weren’t moved to give him any land.
The land expropriation issue has sparked furious debate amongst South Africans.
The issue was mentioned again recently but on a much lighter note.
Twitter user, @Black_JusticeSA, shared a tweet with the caption: “Indians think we will share the land with them when we get it.”
It included the video of an Indian boy singing a traditional song with great passion.
Sadly, his passionate performance wasn’t enough to move South Africans but the footage still went viral.
Briefly.co.za gathered that social media users saw the funny side based on the humorous responses.
Twitter user, @SPLAKAVELLii, said: “Haai they sorted these they all have shops.”
This was followed up by @Kaylen_N23, who said, “Indians and white are actually the ones who own the land.”
Twitter user, @IamLondon_KM, said: “Maybe he drank the #woolieswater.”
Briefly.co.za understands the learners in the video are attending Port Shepstone High.
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