Beaming with pride: Hilarious clip shows SA lady greeting people in UK

Beaming with pride: Hilarious clip shows SA lady greeting people in UK

- A beautiful young woman was seen greeting UK commuters in a proudly Mzansi way

- Upon greeting, she immediately boasted about South Africa's recent global achievements

- Video footage of the moment went viral, with scores of South Africans giving it the stamp of approval

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A lovely young lady shared a hilarious video clip that started trending on Facebook recently.

Siphelele Zizikarzi Dlamini was in Brighton in the United Kingdom and travelled in one of the morning trains.

While standing in the carriage, she started greeting random British strangers and boasting about South Africa's recent international achievements.

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Siphelele gushed about Miss SA Zozibini Tunzi being crowned as Miss Universe.

She also couldn't resist gloating about the Springboks winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup at the expense of England.

In the video, the Englishman seemed somewhat bemused, but responded positively due to Siphelele's warm nature.

Briefly.co.za noted the viral reaction to the video as hundreds of patriotic South Africans saluted the young lady.

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Melinda Otto shared similar sentiments:

"Yes girl. People must know that we are champs... we need to tell them. They must not forget the Ndlovu youth choir."

Kgomotso Johnson revealed that she was following suit in her adopted country as well:

"I was doing the same yesterday, got to work end of the year party and was reminding everyone that we won the Miss Universe. We carry South Africans with pride everywhere we go."

Londiwe Sibiya Mathula shared her admiration for Siphelele:

"OMG I just love you."

Nonkonzo Malinga Mthembu saluted the young lady:

"You go girl. Tell them, let them know."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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