- A video of a man mispronouncing 'Louis Vuitton' has left many around the country laughing out loud
- The man claims to have paid R2 500 for his LV t-shirt but has his own unique way of saying the name
- The video was shared to Twitter by popular tweep, Daniel Marven, early this morning and it's quickly gaining traction
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A local man wearing a Louis Vuitton T-shirt is making waves all over social media as he has a unique way of pronouncing it. In the video, the man says he paid R2 500 for the t-shirt that he purchased in Sandton.
The person behind the camera repeatedly asks him to pronounce the name of the well-known brand but the man seems to create his own pronunciation. He confidently says "lee-os vision."
The video was shared to Twitter by Daniel Marven and Saffa tweeps are in stitches at the mans peculiar pronunciation. Many are also questioning whether or not the T-shirt is legitimately an original Louis Vuitton product.
Take a look at the hilarious video below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say:
"He has a vision, that's why."
"How do you wear a brand you can't even pronounce?!"
@Sibu_Siko responded with:
"Lol what a wow. Someone's pillar of strength."
In other hilarious viral video news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video that shows men dancing with their heads pressed together. South Africans have rhythm, there is no denying it. Our dances have taken over the world - from the viral Jerusalema challenge to the time Rihanna did the Gwara Gwara at the 2018 Grammys.
However, some of our dances aren't as popular as the above-mentioned. In fact, a recent move has gone viral on Mzansi social media and it only left South Africans confused... and a little amused. In the video, several men are seen dancing while pressing their heads together.
The video gathered over 35 700 views in just a day and South Africans found it hilarious. Some shared their views on the dance while other attempted to name it.
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