- A father shared several videos online showing the DJ he hired for his daughter's second birthday having the best time
- The muso looks like he had one to many drinks and we're not talking about juice boxes
- South Africans could not believe the man drank while doing a gig and they gave their two cents' worth in the comment section
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Some people don't know how to separate work from fun. Being a DJ might be one of the coolest most fun jobs in the world but it does come with a lot of responsibility.
One DJ appeared to have taken full advantage of the relaxed lockdown regulations and he enjoyed one too many drinks at a birthday party he was hired to play at.
However, it gets worse. The party wasn't for an adult - nope, the man appeared to have gotten hammered while playing music at a two-year-old's birthday party.
Taking to Twitter, the child's dad, who was only identified as @Blomzit_Avenue, shared a video of the DJ.
He captioned the first clip:
"Last night I hired a DJ from DBN for my daughter’s 2nd birthday party and this is what he did."
Take a look at the clip below:
The dad then shared another video of the DJ, adding he "gave up" on his attempts to make music.
The first video gathered over 171 000 views and South Africans were left shocked. However, some questioned why a two-year-old would need a DJ in the middle of the night.
Setting people's minds at ease, @Blomzit_Avenue shared earlier videos of his daughter's birthday party, which included a bouncy castle.
After seeing the whole story, Saffas turned their focus to the muso, who was identified by his stage name 'DJ Pizza'.
Tbo Touch commented:
"I’ve been trying to ignore this thread the whole morning seating in meetings but I had to laugh. Happy B-day to your two year old. As for DJ Pizza, not much be said."
Meanwhile, in other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported Tito Mboweni decided to treat himself to a Pilchard stew over the weekend.
The finance minister once again showed off his cooking online and he got roasted. South Africans flooded Mboweni's comment section with their views, calling the dish a "stew gone wrong".
However, this time the minister himself admitted the dish did not come out as he hoped. He captioned the post:
"This did not work out. The stress did not help!! Anyway. Here we are!"