Minnie Dlamini makes fans laugh with the kind of principal she'd be

Minnie Dlamini makes fans laugh with the kind of principal she'd be

Minnie Dlamini found a funny video of a principal making latecomers at the school sing a song about being late and her fans thought it was hilarious. They commented they'd be late on purpose, just to sing along.

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Minnie Dlamini is a successful businesswoman and entertainer that is adored by her many fans.

If she wasn't the rocking celeb she was now, she could have been an awesome principle.

She shared a video of latecomers at a school singing about their tardiness as punishment and she commented that she'd so something like that as a principal.

Who wouldn't want this gorgeous woman as their school's principal?

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The song says "School starts at 7:30 am but we arrive whenever we feel like it" and although the lyrics aren't super creative, the children are singing quite impressively.

Check it out:

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Briefly.co.za gathered some of the comments from Minnie's fans - they certainly share her sense of humour.

dumantando

I laughed so hard watching this

siphokazi_katsman

The classrooms are empty mos.I think I wont miss this singing.As for the lead singer,she cant afford to be early nje

iam_nandz

S A V A G E How are they singing this so nicely though?

nomfundohlabisa

The lead singer....having the time of her life shem

mfundontom

Would be a late erryday just to sing this song.

qulubanele

I've been late ever since I started school but this song right here would make me be late worse so that I can sing this song nje

darlingmolefe

I love this school principal

lntamo.mtukushe

Hahhaha yhooo this punishment is sooo funny

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