Kenya vs SA: Social media war breaks out over whose skin's darker

Kenya vs SA: Social media war breaks out over whose skin's darker

- A Mzansi tweep ignited a Twitter war between the two countries after claiming Kenyans were much darker

- The tweet provoked KOT, who fought back as they began trolling the whole of South Africa with hilarious comparisons

- The same man that started the Twitter beef was also responsible in the previous trolling of Kenyan artiste Stivo Simple Boy

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Kenya and South Africa are back at it again after a Mzansi tweep ignited a Twitter war between the two countries.

Briefly.co.za learnt that SA singer and social media personality Daniel Marven shared a photo that led to hilarious reactions from Kenyans.

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In the photo, a light-skinned Marven photoshopped himself in a crowd of other dark Africans and claimed it showed him while on a visit to Kenya.

Well, always trust Kenyans to fight back as they began trolling the whole of South African Twitter with hilarious comparisons.

From comparing the means of transport to personalities and also culture, Kenyans went for revenge

As much as South Africa tried in their attempts to hit back, there was no way they were topping internationally renowned 'keyboard warriors.'

Here are some of the hilarious posts from both sides of the two countries:

It will not be the first time that Marven has tried trolling Kenyans and failed miserably.

In January 2020, the Mzansi man trolled Stivo Simple Boy by comparing him to South African entertainer, DJ Euphonik.

After being confronted with a Stivo Simple Boy Twitter parody account asking that he deletes the photo and puts his effort into good use, Marven lashed out claiming he was neither talking to Stivo nor about him.

This led to another Kenya versus South Africa Twitter war that was easily won by the KOT.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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