- A video posted to social media showing a man in a Kaizer Chiefs jersey pretending to be at the Zondo Commission has gone viral
- The Zondo skit was uploaded to social networking site, Twitter, by @kulanicool and has over 20 000 views
- South African soccer fans took to the replies section to share their hilarious reactions, some used pictures and others responded with their own witty tweets about the Kaizer Chiefs' recent performance
An absolutely hilarious skit about Kaizer Chiefs fans was uploaded to social media yesterday. The video depicts a man in his Chiefs jersey pretending to be at the Zondo Commission. A woman's voice can be heard asking him about the log standings.
The man, wearing sunglasses, flips through a book on a table in front of him attempting to look for the answer to the question. The lady proceeds to ask him who is number one on the log, the man replies with, "I don't remember."
The video was uploaded to Twitter by @kulanicool and has over 20 000 views. The likes are almost at 2 000 and the replies section is growing with humorous replies from Mzansi soccer fans.
Mzansi tweeps took to the reply section with some hilarious responses of their own. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the top tweets:
"They better ask him his name, he might not remember as well... smh."
"Admin can you please show this tweet to Judge Zondo."
"What a wow, this has just made my day."
"This country guys, you are at your own level yazi."
"Hahahaha this just made me think that politicians can lie maarn damn."
In other Amakhosi news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that the team still bagged prize money despite losing. Despite finishing second in the league, Kaizer Chiefs still managed to bag R12 million. Amakhosi supporters took to social media to express their excitement.
Chiefs finished in the PSL with 57 points, just two points behind champions Mamelodi Sundowns. Sundowns managed to rake in R20,05 million. This is the biggest cheque as they won both the Telkom Knockout and Absa Premiership titles.
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