- First Secretary-General of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Godrich Gardee took to social media to celebrate his sister's granddaughter's birthday
- He revealed that she got her hands on a tub of Vaseline and spread it all over her face and head
- He recalled that the did something similar when he was young and social media users shared their own experiences
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First Secretary-General of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Godrich Gardee uploaded an adorable video of his sister's granddaughter who got up to mischief on her birthday.
She got her hands on a tub of Vaseline and went to town, smearing the slippery gel all over her hair and face. Briefly.co.za learned that Gardee captioned the video and recalled that he did something similar but with more severe consequences:
"Happy birthday to my sister's granddaughter... she did Vaseline... me in my time I drank paraffin, woke up in the hospital and YOU?????"
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Social media users loved the post and commented on their own similar experiences:
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Currently, the EFF is calling for an end to human rights violations in Zimbabwe and going to far as to demand that the Zimbabwean Embassy is removed until human rights are restored.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that an amazing 8-year-old girl, Rafi, has shown us that heroes sometimes wear onesies and have ponytails. She did something truly extraordinary and beyond her years.
Instead of the usual birthday gifts, she asked her friends and family to donate baby items to The Grace Factory.
The Grace Factory is a non-profit organisation which aims to help moms and babies who are in need across South Africa.
In other news, South Africans have been reeling ever since the coronavirus reached our shores in March.
Following the nationwide lockdown, millions have struggled to put food on the table and small business have suffered.
Despite this, the owner of a fruit and vegetable stall decided to make a difference to his community in Umthatha.
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