Atandwa Kani puts a smile on your dial with hilarious quarantine clip

Atandwa Kani puts a smile on your dial with hilarious quarantine clip

- Atandwa Kani did his bit to make peeps smile in these dark quarantine times

- He filmed a skit starring himself, titled #OrSomethingLikeThat

- The people couldn't get enough of it and were extremely grateful for the laughs and undeniable entertainment

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Atandwa Kani has people busting despite all this quarantine business. His #OrSomethingLikeThat skit is pure brilliance!

Thousands of people all over the globe have taken a humorous approach on the coronavirus pandemic in hopes of putting smiles on people’s faces during this dark time – it is so refreshing.

Briefly.co.za saw how Atandwa did his bit to brighten people’s day with a hilarious coronavirus quarantine skit.

The international Mzansi actor used his lit skills to film a skit starring himself and himself, titled #OrSomethingLikeThat.

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In the skit, Atandwa is faced by a linguistically confusing police officer who asks for his ‘licence or something’. This is the type of humour that will definitely resonate with South Africans.

Atandwa did the thing and we are grateful for the laugh.

Peeps took to the comment section to let Atandwa know that his skit was lit.

@missautumnmonroe: "Your videos make quara quara bearable."
@ladybbev: " Wena you make my day."
@symps_: "I'm the long arms of the law."
@brighterdays10: "You are the best thing for laughter ❤️❤️"
@brighterdays10: "Gotta let the king speak, shut up."

In other news, Somizi is known for being a goofy and funny entertainer and it comes as no surprise that he sang about the coronavirus.

Although he was lighthearted about the situation, he knows the importance of taking the dreaded virus seriously.

He belted out a song and followed it up with a message to his fans, calling on them to spread accurate news about the fast-spreading virus.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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