- The #RakgadiChallenge has gained momentum on social media as South Africans posted hilarious videos under the hashtag
- Saffas have been recreating the moment Lebogang Khitsane's sister outed his wife as an alleged cheater during his memorial service
- A trash can was thrown at one woman, who imitated Rakgadi during her bizarre speech
South Africans can manage to turn even the most dramatic moments into hilarious social media videos.
After Lebogang Khitsane's sister decided to reveal to the entire country that his wife had 'brought men into their home,' #Rakgadi started trending on social media.
Saffas then decided to make it a challenge, which in turn led to the now viral #RakgadiChallenge.
One woman hilariously re-enacted the moment and instead of getting thrown with a small object, as in the actual case, someone hurled an entire trash can at her.
The video was shared on Twitter by social media user @AwodimpleA, who captioned it:
"This is not a country for the faint hearted #Rakgadi #Rakgadichallenge."
Take a look at the video below:
Within just a couple of hours, the video was viewed over 120 000 times and South Africans could not contain their laughter.
Many social media users reacted to the video with hilarious memes, some even saying they're leaving "Satafrika".
It is not the first #RakgadiChallenge that had South Africans laughing out loud. Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported a lady, @Rosey_Berry, shared a man's TikTok video on Twitter and captioned it:
"This one sent me. #Rakgadi #Rakgadichallenge."
In the video, the man can be seen re-enacting the sister's speech on a remixed soundtrack.
In other news, a video has emerged on social media in which a toddler could be seen kissing a lion through a glass partition at a zoo in Australia.
In the video, which was shared on Twitter, the lion could be seen watching curiously as the young child gave it a kiss through the glass partition at Perth Zoo.
The person behind the camera could be heard telling the child to tell the lion goodbye, which the toddler obliged to.
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