- A new video uploaded to social media shows a group of men singing their own rendition of Rihanna's hit song - Umbrella
- The video was uploaded to Twitter by @danielmarven yesterday and has since gained over 37 000 views
- The men can be seen having the time of their lives and Mzansi tweeps are convinced that their happiness is due to the "other gender" not being present
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South Africans of different backgrounds all have one thing in common - the love of music. This is evident in all the varying posts uploaded to social media of Saffas singing and dancing. Most recently a video of a group of men singing their own version of Rihanna's Umbrella went viral.
The video was uploaded to Twitter yesterday by @danielmarven. The group of men, clad in casual clothing and many of whom are holding bottles of alcohol, can be heard putting a twist on the 2008 hit song.
The lyrics are somewhat there, but the tune is definitely not. The video has gained over 37 000 views since its upload and over 2 000 likes on the social media platform. As expected, Mzansi tweeps took to the replies section with humorous responses.
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Take a look at the 30-second video below:
Briefly.co.za took a look at the replies section to see what tweeps were saying about the video. Many were convinced the happiness stemmed from the fact that no women were present.
"Such a disrespect, she'll never like it at all."
"Hawu! Hawu! Under my ambulela!"
"ULihanna. Men always have an amazing time when the other gender is not there."
In other viral video news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video showing men having the time of their lives without women. In a video uploaded to social media, a group of men can be seen getting lit. The video was uploaded to Twitter by @TayDeep2 on Monday morning and has since gone viral.
The video has over 7 000 likes and over 3 000 retweets. A man clad in a white T-shirt and blue jeans can be seen dancing with a spaghetti mop whilst others start forming a line. Mzansi tweeps are living for the vibes created in this video as they comment in the replies section. @TayDeep2 captioned the video:
"Men are happy without the other gender."
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