Man claims friends say he looks like Trevor Noah, Mzansi reacts

Man claims friends say he looks like Trevor Noah, Mzansi reacts

- A man took to social media to ask South Africa if his friends were right about something

- He claims they say he looks like international funnyman from South Africa, Trevor Noah

- Mzansi thinks that he needs to get better friends as they don't agree at all

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A social media user who goes by the handle @sushimandi posted a picture of himself and Trevor Noah side by side, claiming that his friends think he looks like the international comedian.

He asked Mzansi if they agreed.

"A few people have said I'm a Trevor Noah lookalike, how true is this? #day21oflockdown"

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Briefly.co.za learned that South Africans did not agree with @sushimandi and reacted as South Africans are prone to do on social media. Some of them suggested that he needs better friends.

@busisiw53532596: "Sorry Baba, you look a bit like JZ."
@Mbali_porsh: "Aybo wena."
@kqanyaqothipa: "It was April fool bro..."
@LawyerHrt1: "Your friends don't like you, they mislead you, if it's just people, they are just haters, forgive them."
@Molokoedgar: "They are playing a sick joke!"
@moxciix: "Open a lawsuit of deceit and defamation of character."
@KagisoBishop1: "You are just far from looking like him bro. Do those people really love you?"
@Tumeloam01: "As a consolation, you look like Ralph Mathekga."

In other news, Briefly.co.za covered a story about international funnyman Trevor Noah and a video he shared online.

The video had already been viewed nearly 400 000 times within a day of being shared.

The footage features a 97-year-old madala who reveals some adorable dance moves.

With a Justin Timberlake track playing in the background, the senior citizen showcases his rhythm and seemingly includes a Madiba shuffle as well.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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