- Beyoncé's chicken pics recently resurfaced on social media and Mzansi tweeps asked some hilarious questions about the pics
- Some social media users asked whether Beyoncé is also into traditional ceremonies
- They jokingly assumed that Beyoncé was going to slaughter the chicken as part of her ancestral ceremony
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Beyoncé recently trended on social media after her pics holding a white chicken resurfaced online. Most Mzansi tweeps assumed that the US superstar was going to "slaughter" the chicken.
Many people in Mzansi usually slaughter white chickens when performing rituals or when they have traditional ceremonies at their homes. In some Mzansi cultures, the white chicken is slaughtered when one thanks their ancestors for a new job or when they ask for blessings.
The pics of B holding the chicken were recently posted by a Twitter account - @VISUALYONCE. In one of the pics, the singer is holding the chicken close to her face and in the other snap she holds it close to her chest.
Check out some of the hilarious comments from Mzansi tweeps who have come across the snaps.
"A previously disadvantaged chicken, rolling in new money."
"She's playing with food."
"For umcimbi wesintu (For a traditional ceremony)."
"Can the international SPCA intervene please."
"Hau kant nani niyalenza ilati nkosazane (You guys also do ancestral ceremonies, Miss)."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomcebo Zikode has been called out for recently performing at a packed venue in Venda. The songstress took to social media on Tuesday, 22 September to share a video of herself performing her smash hit Xola Moya Wam' for an excited crowd at News Cafe in Thavhani Mall, Venda recently.
The songstress posted the video to show appreciation to the people of Venda who sang her song word for word. Some tweeps decided to call out the star for not adhering to the lockdown regulations. The tweeps pointed out that the crowd did not have their masks on and they did not practice social distancing.
Even though the country has moved to Level 1 of the Covid-19 lockdown, government has encouraged people to wear face masks and practice social distancing. Nomcebo's fans broke all the rules as they sang along the star during her performance. The singer has become Limpopo's fave after her world-renowned hit Jerusalema with Limpopo-born Master KG.
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