- Malume Makoya took to social media to share what would have been a great selfie
- Unfortunately, DJ Tira was not wearing his face mask correctly as it did not cover the nose
- Although the photo was still epic, a few social media users pointed out that the mask was not quite sitting right
DJ Tira took to social media to share what would have been a fire selfie. However, it ended up going a little wrong when some noticed that he was not wearing his face mask correctly.
The head of Afrotainment took to Instagram to share the selfie. He was pictured standing at a petrol station while striking a pose. All was well, except for the position of his face mask.
The protective gear was not covering Malume's nose and Instagram user taniagumedel2 was quick to point it out by saying:
"Malume the nose goes inside the mask."
"Your mask grootman..."
Others, however, did not seem to notice and complimented Makoya Bearings for looking good.
Insta user kagiso.xaba said:
"My baby doing the most."
"Salute njayami." ("Salute, my dawg.")
Interestingly, the DJ was posing at a garage that looked similar to the one where Zodwa Wabantu was pictured dancing.
Briefly.co.za reported that Zodwa was seen dancing on the streets near a filling station on the very same day that Tira posted his selfie. Could the pair be travelling together? Zodwa is, after all, signed to his label.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi thought that wearing a face mask would make him unrecognisable. Unfortunately, it will take more than covering half his face to confuse his fans.
The Idols SA judge took to social media to express his frustration at being recognised over and over again while wearing a face mask. He said he could not understand how people could spot him.
The flamboyant personality shared a story about how a store manager spotted him while he was shopping and he could not understand how. He thought that if he changed the way he walked and hid his nails then he would be unrecognisable - but he was wrong.
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