- EFF leader, Julius Malema, recently shared a video to Twitter of a patient excitedly dancing
- The video has been viewed almost 70 000 times since its upload last night
- Mzansi tweeps used GIFs and memes to respond to the hilarious video
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What a way to start a Friday! Julius Malema, affectionately known as Juju, uploaded a hilarious video of a patient dancing in a hospital to his Twitter. The patient dressed in striped pyjamas with a blue fleece gown over can be seen seeing jiving and twerking to his own singing.
The video was uploaded last night and has since gained almost 70 000 views, 4 000 likes and over 1 000 retweets. Juju pinned the tweet to his profile and at the time of Briefly.co.za's viewing, it received over 300 comments. He captioned the video:
"Asambe babe, once, always."
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Mzansi Twitter users are living for the hype and excitement from the patient and took to the replies section with memes and GIFs.
"Eish you've just made my day damn."
"Happiness is a choice and if u can make other pipo (people) laugh and happy to me you are the greatest gift to humanity"
"Lovely, nice to see you happy in hospital. Good positive vibes."
@jay_sabza quote tweeted:
"My favorite person a south africa @ the current moment"
@MakheleSbu retweeted with the caption:
"I think he can be discharged now"
In other Juju news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that AKA shared a controversial picture of Julius Malema avidly holding alcohol. EFF leader Julius Malema has been very vocal about the ban of alcohol amid Mzansi's Covid-19 lockdown.
Infact, the politician has even asked the government to reinstate the ban for the whole duration of the Covid-19 lockdown. In a twist of events, the EFF leader has been pictured excitedly holding a bottle of AKA's Cruz Vodka.
The rapper shared the controversial snap on Instagram on Thursday, 27 August. It is not clear whether the pic was taken before or amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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