Rebecca Malope singing Tellaman's 'Whipped' has Mzansi giggling

Rebecca Malope singing Tellaman's 'Whipped' has Mzansi giggling

- Dr Rebecca Malope left the nation in stitches recently when a video of her singing was shared

- The iconic gospel artiste was recorded singing local rapper Tellaman's famous song, Whipped

- Social media users were left amused by the way Sis Ribs sang the song and praised Tellaman for keeping a straight face

Rebecca Malope recently left social media users amused after footage of her singing Tellaman's song Whipped was shared. Many were amused by Sis Ribs singing a hip hop track.

Dr Malope has been everywhere lately and her moves have now landed her with rapper Tellaman. The gospel icon had been showing the young rapper how to make a gospel track.

Eventually, she ended up singing his famous song Whipped.

Rebecca Malope singing Tellaman's 'Whipped' has Mzansi giggling

Rebecca Malope had Mzansi laughing out loud with her version of a hip hop song. Image: @rebeccamalope
Source: Instagram

Her rendition was interesting to say the least. When she asked Tellaman what he thought of her version, the muso said that she did well - unfortunately not many Mzansi social media users agreed.

Twitter user SimplyMahadi said:

"Bathong I became so uncomfortable hearing Mam Rebecca saying "Ohh baby" over and over again."

Martha_KingM2 said:

"Tellaman is such a good person."

PhysohMadness said:

"Waze walimosha iculo weh mama (She ruined the song so much, oh my goodness)!"

Sello_og said:

"How is Tellaman keeping a straight face?"

AmyFrFr said:

"Tellaman is such a gentleman who has respect, wooow!!! Now I can laugh."

NNodunyelwa said:

"That "Ohh baby" sounds like it's been washed in the blood of the lamb."

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In similar news, the veteran gospel singer Sis Ribs has urged South Africans to remain strong and positive amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The muso believes that this is the time that people must remain strong in their faith as the entire globe is in a crisis due to the pandemic.

The multi-award-winning artist told that God will never take His people where His Grace wouldn't be able to carry them through.

"We need to be strong and remain positive. Those who are able to help others must do so unselfishly. This is the time when we must remain strong in our faith and know that He is our God, He will never leave us nor forsake us."

Ribs, as she is fondly known by her peers and fans, said she is spending this lockdown at home with her family. She expressed that she doesn't take the blessing of having a family for granted.

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