- Comedian Tyson Ngubeni has impressed South Africans in the latest Chicken Licken advert
- In the advert, Tyson - who has made a name for himself on social media with skit videos - explains why South Africans are such a soulful people
- Many Mzansi social media users are impressed by Tyson's accent and impersonation skills in the new advert, which has been viewed over 551k times
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The new Chicken Licken advert pokes fun at Mzansi's serious issues in a fun way. It has had South Africans laughing out loud since launching on Monday.
The narrator and starring in the advertisement is comedian Tyson Ngubeni. In the advert, the actor explains why South Africans are such a soulful people.
Many Mzansi social media users have been impressed by Tyson's accent and impersonation skills.
Tyson has built a good following on social media with funny videos of himself in his Bob O'Connor persona.
In the ad, Tyson uses the same Bob O'Connor accent. He starts off the ad by saying:
"South Africa - a nation that is always been known to overcome adversity. But what exactly makes them such a soulful people?"
The man of the moment then dives into several examples, including a couple of jokes about incidents that went viral during lockdown.
The video even poked fun at President Cyril Ramaphosa's mask blunder.
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The advert, which has been viewed over 551k times, has been praised for its concept and script.
In other news relating to the advert, Briefly.co.za reported that Ramaphosa took an awkward face mask moment in his stride and shared a message for those who had a giggle at his expense.
The president joked that he was going to start a school to teach people how to correctly put the fidgety masks on. Ramaphosa said he had a message for those who had laughed at him during his viral engagement with the mask.
"For those who were laughing at me yesterday, let me tell you something. I'm going to open a TV channel where I'm going to teach people how to put on a mask. So you can enrol and learn how to put a mask on."
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