- Sizwe Dhlomo is the latest victim of The Cleaner's hilarious photoshop shenenigans
- The Cleaner quickly "cleaned up" Sizwe's photo of the presenter shared it on his timeline
- The hilarious transformation racked up thousands of reactions from amused tweeps
The cleaner has done it again. This time the victim of his funny "clean up" jobs is TV and radio's Sizwe Dhlomo. After the radio 702 presenter shared a picture of himself with the caption, "My beard is top tier", the cleaner saw and took the opportunity to "clean up" the photo.
Hilariously, The Cleaner removed Sizwe's top-tier beard and replaced with a fresh bare face, The Cleaner also took the chance to add some ears to Sizwe's picture, which for some reason didn't seem to be present in the original snap.
Tweeps were left laughing their butts off by The Cleaner's latest contribution to society - fixing the world's pictures on Photoshop job at a time. View his work below.
The post, which received nearly 3 000 reactions, also got hundreds of comments from people who appreciated The Cleaner's bravado and dedication to creating hilarious content for his loyal followers. Here are some of those comments.
@Stealth30194 jokingly asked:
"When is the licence for the app you using expiring?"
The RealMiss said:
"I see what you did there."
"Mara you are out of order comrade, but good job."
This user warned that Sizwe, who is famous for Twitter wars, would be claping back pretty soon.
"He's gonna clab back bafo."
In other Briefly.co.za news, football has been known to evoke a plethora of emotions. Watching your favourite team disappoint you can make one do all sorts of outlandish things. An unknown man proved this to be true after a video of him destroying his Kaizer Chiefs shrine surfaced on the net.
In the video, which was uploaded by controversially funny parody Twitter account, AdvoBarryRoux, the man can be seen furiously banging at a rock on which Kaizer Chiefs' well-known yellow and black emblem is painted on with what looks like a large hammer.
The tweet was received with tons of laughter from entertained tweeps with some sharing their favourite funny soccer memes. Other football fans, however, stated that the league was not over yet, implying the man should retain a little bit of faith.
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