- Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande posted one of his trademark videos and fans couldn't help but be entertained
- House music star Prince Kaybee was one of those who couldn't resist Katsande's videos, which have gained him some popularity on Twitter
- Sports commentator Robert Marawa was also one of the fans who got a kick out of Katsande's video
Kaizer Chiefs star Willard Katsande has gained popularity during the lockdown period. The 34-year Zimbabwean footballer has gained some popularity for his eccentric videos.
Katsande has become a much-loved figure on Twitter, particularly for his video in which he does a little walk that always leaves fans in stitches. House superstar Prince Kaybee has become a fan as well, commenting on Katsande's latest video in which he slows moves towards the camera.
The Gugulethu hitmaker said its Katsande's "slowmo" that "sent" him.
Katsande has even coined the term "Boss Ya Mboka Kitoko Makasi", using it as a caption in each of his uploads. The term loosely translates to "boss of the country, everything nice and beautiful".
His latest video is captioned:
"We're born to LOVE, not to hate. Boss Ya Mboka Kitoko Makasi."
Fans have found the funny side to his most recent video in which he can be seen doing one of his customary walks and during the video he appears to be in slow motion.
Even renowned sports commentator Robert Marawa couldn't help but comment. Marawa said:
"Mr Kunzima, is that Sunday strawberry ice-cream on your feet not gonna melt kodwa?", trolling Katsande for his pink sneakers worn during the video.
Katsande replied with "Real man plays with pink." Fans reacted with love for the Chiefs midfield maestro.
The midfielder, nicknamed "Salt and Vinegar", has also recently spoken out against gender-based violence (GBV).
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Pearl Thusi just found herself a new 'boyfriend' on social media who took a gap to shoot his shot.
The guy, @sya_nkabinde, took his chance to woo the Queen Sono actress and he got her attention. Pearl said told the lucky guy they should date one time and then she commented on a photo of him.
Her comment gathered thousands of reactions and Mzansi was there for the new 'couple' - even if they aren't really dating. The lucky tweep definitely won over other Mzansi men who dubbed him 'leadership goals'.
Some guys were even inspired to the point that they wanted to shoot their shots. However, most of them decided not to.
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