- A hilarious clip of a man dressed as a woman while deejaying has been shared online
- In the clip, he is having a one-man party in what looks like his room while music plays loudly in the background
- Twitter users found the guy hilarious sharing their thoughts on his behaviour in the comment section
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Another day, another man found enjoying himself while dressed in women's clothing. Daniel Marven recently took to Twitter with a hilarious clip of a man dressed in a mini-skirt and wig while pretending to be deejaying on a laptop.
In the clip, the funny guy seems to be having all of the fun while a song blares loudly in the background. A few seconds into the clip, the unknown guy takes a few moments to step away from his laptop to enjoy some brief dancing.
Twitter users thoroughly enjoyed watching the man strut his stuff in his white miniskirt, watching the clip over 4 000 times. Many of them likened him to Lamiez Holsworthy, Khuli Chana's DJ wife, who was once also seen in a red-and-white mini-skirt ensemble partying up a storm.
Read a few of their comments below.
"Lmao pure nonsense."
Other tweeps simply shared dozens of laughing emojis below the funny clip.
In similar hilarious Briefly.co.za news, on Sunday, photos surfaced online showing a man wearing a dress made from denim material. The images were posted on Twitter by social media user, @emily_teffoM. @emily_teffoM simply captioned the post: "Weather ya dumela."
In the images, the unidentified man poses in the short summer dress in front of his car and as well as in the yard. South Africans found the man's choice of outfit funny and some had a lot to say about the post.
Twitter user, @kgalizo88, commented:
"It's either you let me go through your phone or you gonna rock my jean-dress today. Tlisa le onoroko."
Another tweep, @Kosabo_Eze, added:
"What went wrong here?"
Many Twitter users called on South African men to normalise wearing dresses, especially during South Africa's hot summer weather.
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