- On Thursday, a photo was shared online showing Julius Malema as Rakgadi
- The image was photoshopped to put Juju's head on the sister of the late Lebogang Khitsane
- South Africans found the image hilarious and they gave their two cents' worth in the comment section
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Rakgadi has taken social media by storm after she spilled the tea at her brother's memorial service. The mourning sister accused the late Lebogang Khitsane's wifey of being unfaithful on live television.
Since then, #Rakgadi and #RakgadiChallenge took over social media and the name has since become synonymous with outspoken people who are not afraid to drop the truth, no matter the situation.
On Thursday, Christo Thurston shared a hilarious altered photo showing Julius Malema as Rakgadi.
The photo was captioned:
"Whoever did this, usile! Bare ke rakgadi wa politiki. Bona bra Sello @Julius_S_Malema."
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Take a look at the post below:
Over 1 300 people reacted to the image and they could not contain their laughter. Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the reactions.
Malume Wenu, who goes by the Twitter handle @malumskhulu, commented:
" 'Don't you dare. This is a revolutionary house. Here you behave or else you jump!' "
Twitter user, @BornRoyal1st, said:
"Please leave our Rakgadi of politics alone. Let him expose his political in-laws for our benefit."
Boitumelo Seboko, @boy2mellowS, added:
"The funniest thing on the internet right now."
The #Rakgadi trend has taken over social media. Briefly.co.za previously reported one woman hilariously re-enacted the moment and instead of having a small object thrown at her, 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 fainthearted... #Rakgadi #Rakgadichallenge."
And, she's not the only one who joined in on the fun. Another man dressed up as Rakgadi and remixed the now famous speech for a TikTok video.
A lady, @Rosey_Berry, shared the video on Twitter and captioned it:
"This one sent me. #Rakgadi #Rakgadichallenge."
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