- Steve Harvey got taught a little XiTsonga by one of the contestants on Family Feud and the clip has done its rounds
- The XiTsonga lesson has been going viral on social media and the people of Mzansi just cannot get enough of it
- Steve is a worthy host who is doing the most to fit into his new Mzansi gig
Steve Harvey is fresh in Mzansi to host the South African version of the widely-loved interactive TV show, Family Feud. Seeing Steve get his Mzansi on did not only make viewers proud but it gave them a good laugh too.
South Africa is playing catch-up it seems. First we got Uyajola, the South Africa version of America's Cheaters, and now Mzansi is getting its own version of the popular US show, Family Feud.
Briefly.co.za came across a clip of Steve getting taught a little XiTsonga by one of the contestants. While it was hilarious to watch, we have to give it to the guy, he did an impressive job.
Family Feud sees two families competing against each other to give the most popular answers to questions, and it's considered very entertaining. The show has been running for many years - since 1976 - and Steve has been the host since 2010.
The XiTsonga lesson has done its rounds on social media and the people of Mzansi just cannot get enough of it. My guy, Steve, keep doing your thing!
Briefly.co.za previously reported that renowned US comedian Steve Harvey is a proud father of three and also a doting grandfather to his five grandchildren. Harvey, who is married to Marjorie Bridges, treated his fans with cute photos of his gorgeous granddaughter.
Posting on his Facebook page, Harvey shared a photo standing behind his wife as she carefully held their granddaughter.
Marjorie looked at the little girl with adoration while Harvey admired the bond filled with love. "Will quarantine with this little bundle of joy any day. #proudgrandparents," captioned the comedian.
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