President Ramaphosa trolls Saffas with hilarious video after mask fail

President Ramaphosa trolls Saffas with hilarious video after mask fail

- President Cyril Ramaphosa once again showed Mzansi his refreshing sense of humour

- During his last national address, the head of state suffered a mask fail and a host of jokes followed on social media

- On Monday, Ramaphosa delivered his Freedom Day message and he ended it by poking fun at his own mask blooper

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has really been a pillar of strength in South Africa during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Not only has the head of state encouraged South Africans during these difficult times but he has managed to make us laugh as well.

During his last national address on the coronavirus, Ramaphosa struggled to put his mask on and it went viral.

Soon, the #CyrilMaskChallenge started but Ramaphosa managed to respond to the blooper with a great sense of humour.

However, on Monday, the head of state trolled South Africans with a hilarious gesture at the ending of his Freedom Day speech.

After encouraging Mzansi, the president used his SA flag scarf to cover his face and before letting it drop and showing his amusement.

Social media user, @RavenfromTTGo, shared a clip of Ramaphosa's joke online and captioned it:

"We think we’re trolling Cyril? Naaah man's trolling us."

Take a look at the video below:

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The clip gathered over 91 000 views and South Africans were laughing out loud.

Twitter user, @GuguPresh2, commented:

"This man! I love him."

Another tweep, @BNjalo_artist, added:

"Nah this man is full of mischief. I actually live for it now."

Zenande Magida, who goes by the Twitter handle @ZenMagida, wrote:

"I adore this man."

Meanwhile, reported earlier that South Africans have taken to social media to share what they miss most during lockdown. We took a look at some of our readers' comments.

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