- South African men on Twitter decided to take part in the #abafanaabahot challenge to showcase the good looking men in the country
- Men from all over Mzansi took part in the challenge sharing pictures of themselves looking good
- The challenge proved that there are good looking men in SA just as much as there are good looking women in the country
A trend started on social media on Friday and carried through to Saturday morning and Mzansi men took the opportunity to participate. The challenge is led by the hashtag #abafanaabahot on Twitter, meaning hot boys.
South African men decided to take the chance to flex their good looks and shared pictures of themselves looking dapper and sexy.
Mzansi swooned over the men who took part in the challenge and complimented them for their good looks. South Africa is filled with beautiful men as it is women indeed.
One of the most liked pictures from the challenge was tweeted by user @kay_mbusi_sa. Here are some of the comments that the picture received:
@MbaliMvula3 commented: "Drink me, I’m your shake!"
@QueenNatasha28 said: "I am available if you need a cheerleader."
@say_boitumelo said: "Very hot.. Herbalizing us."
There are plenty of good looking men to go around in South Africa indeed. Mzansi men flew the SA flag high when taking part in the challenge.
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported about an SA man who was complaining about bae moving in with him. Moving in with your partner is a huge step in any relationship, even those that seem perfect.
A local man, @SmokyBongz found this out the hard way recently. This after he invited his bae to stay with him. According to his Twitter post, the young lady got into a fight with family members, with whom she was living previously. After the fight he came to her rescue, offering his abode as a refuge. To his sad surprise, he found out that living with her unfortunately was not the easiest thing in the world.
"My girlfriend had a fight with her family so I said she can stay with me for some time. Yho guys I wanna hear her family's side of the story. Unochuku lomntu!,"he wrote.
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