Media personality Lasizwe took to social media two days ago to share a snap of his long-lost "twin" and the resemblance is shocking.
It is often believed that there is someone in the world who looks exactly like you. We believe media perosnality, Lasizwe may have just found his "twin".
He took to his Instagram post on Thursday to post a strange yet unique snap of someone who looks exactly like him. At first we thought it was him with a wig, but soon realised it is actually someone else.
He wrote: "Apparently we look alike... True or False? ( Lets see )" Take a look at the snap below.
Thulasizwe Siphiwe Dambuzo, who is professionally known as Lasizwe Dambuzo became a local Internet celebrity by uploading videos of himself interpreting how South Africans act on a daily basis on social media.
Now he has a list of professions such as popular television presenter, social media personality, radio host, comedian, actor and YouTuber to add to his resume.
But getting back to that quite striking photograph that Lasizwe shared, he's not he first celebrity to share another side by side picof them and their "twin".
According to ZAlebs, Pearl Modadie also shared a snap with her followers on Twitter few months ago.
She wrote: "I have found my twin! Her name is @bolanleolukanni ...you agree? On @METROFMSA. #MistakenIdentity #SeparatedAtBirth #MetroFM #LTP".
Meanwhile, three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the South African television personality, social media personality, radio host, comedian and actor, Lasizwe, made the news once again. Unfortunately it had nothing to do with season two of The Lasizwe Show. Twitter is buzzing with allegations that Lasizwe is a copycat with regards to his content.
The young comedian has had fingers pointed at him, accusing him of stealing content. His fans are not pleased with the amount of unoriginal content that he has produced.
Briefly.co.za knows that the feeling among the Mzansi public has been ongoing for a while now. The question has been, is Lasizwe an original content creator?
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