Lols: 5 Mzansi celebs react to Ramaphosa's Covid-19 mask moemish

Lols: 5 Mzansi celebs react to Ramaphosa's Covid-19 mask moemish

Five Mzansi celebs have reacted to President Cyril Ramaphosa's battle with the cloth face mask last night

Ramaphosa had been addressing the nation on the Covid-19 pandemic when he battled to put his mask on

Since then the #CyrilMaskChallenge has been trending on social media

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Mzansi celebs have also reacted to President Cyril Ramaphosa's mask moemish during his address about relaxing Covid-19 lockdown regulations last night.

The president, after calling all the citizens to wear cloth face masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus, attempted to lead by example by wearing his mask live on national TV.

That moment turned into a battle between Ramaphosa's face and the mask. Since then, South Africans have been taking part in the #CyrilMaskChallenge.

Mzansi celebs also found a light-hearted moment towards the end of his speech.

They've taken to social media to express their views on the president's moment.

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Minnie Dlamini-Jones commented:

"I don't know a nation on this planet that loves to laugh like South Africans. We are so silly sometimes, I love it."

Kgomotso Christopher wrote:

"...and ended the presentation with an unforgettable moment. Aaaaah we love Matamela."

Rami Chuene said:

"Please don’t make a meme of the president’s mask over his eyes. Please don’t do it."

Cassper Nyovest wrote:

"Whoever gave the president this mask without showing him how to wear it must be arrested. Le etsang ka papa wa rona?"

DJ Fresh added:

"I hope you feel really bad for laughing!!" has reported that although the coronavirus situation remains serious and the future of the country hangs in the balance, citizens were able to find a light-hearted moment towards the end of Ramaphosa's speech. The viewers' comments are definitely worth reading.

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