2 Guys hilariously recreate Zozi winning Miss Universe, SA reacts

2 Guys hilariously recreate Zozi winning Miss Universe, SA reacts

- Two men went viral with an amazing TikTok video which has since been posted on Twitter

- The clip shows the guys recreating the moment Zozibini Tunzi won the 2019 Miss Universe pageant

- South Africans loved the clip and it even got the attention of Zozi herself

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Last year was an incredible one for South Africa - not only did the Springboks take home the Rugby World Cup trophy but Zozibini Tunzi made the country proud when she was crowed the 2019 Miss Universe.

Two local guys decided to take a trip down memory lane by recreating the moment Zozi won the Miss Universe pageant for a TikTok video.

The clip has since been posted on Twitter by social media user @IG_Jay_Khath. In the video the men are seen dressed in gowns and holding hands as they wait for Steve Harvey to reveal the winner.

Harvey's voice then announces Miss South Africa as the winner and the man playing Zozi mimics her reaction that night.

Take a look at the video below:

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The video gathered over 193 400 views and South Africans loved it. Many were in stitches over the clip and others dubbed Mzansi the best country in the world.

Twitter user, @kettyZuma, commented:

"Ncooooh I love it. South Africa! Love this."

Another tweep, @BekithembaZ, wrote:

"Y'all still want to leave this country. I'm not going anywhere, South Africa is on another level of craziness."

The video got so much attention that Zozi even saw it. The Miss Universe title holder, who currently resides in New York, retweeted the clip and wrote:

"I hate it here."

Meanwhile, in other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported Bonang Matheba turns a whole 33 years old today and her fans couldn't be more thankful for her existence.

There is no denying Bonang's influence nor her hustle, and that is why she has the loyal BForce that she does.

The BForce came out in their numbers to celebrate their queen, making her very own hashtag trend - #33YearsOfBonang.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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