- With the Mr South Africa pageant well underway, many Saffas have only just heard of it
- According to the official Mr SA Facebook page, the Top 10 finalists have been chosen and the winner will be announced on 28 November
- However, Mzansi social media users aren't very impressed with the contestants and were not at all shy to share so on their accounts
The crowning of Mr South Africa 2020 will take place on 28 November in a virtual ceremony. Images of the finalists have been circulating on social media with mixed reactions, many of which are those of disappointment.
people have shared memes about the Mr SA contestants claiming that they aren't the best-looking bunch we've had. According to reports, the shaming of the contestants started after they did an underwear photoshoot.
South African tweeps were absolutely savage in the comments section under a tweet by a news agency about the top 10 finalists.
Briefly.co.za looked through social media to find some of the reactions to the Mr South Africa finalists, starting with parody account @AdvoBarryRoux's edited version of the contestants.
This tweet by News24 sparked an endless onslaught on the contestants.
"What a joke mah dahling!"
"I didn't think they could do it but they did. This is worse than last year."
In other pageant-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi who wowed at the crowning of Miss USA 2020. The South African beauty shared a video to her official Instagram account as well. Zozi also attended the crowning of new Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Musida in Cape Town.
She appeared in an interview with Miss USA 2019 and Miss Teen USA 2019 before the crowning of the 2020 pageants. Zozi looked absolutely stunning in a yellow dress with blue and white finishings. The dress had a choker-like neckline and an open bust area. She accessorised with her crown and a matching mask.
An Instagram account shared an amazing video of the SA beauty giving Miss USA 2020, Asya Branch, her sash. Asya, 22, won the judges over with her persuasive speech on how the media has betrayed the trust of the nation.
Asya also happens to be a staunch supporter of Donald Trump and even sang the American national anthem at one of his rallies in Southhaven, Mississippi in 2018.
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Source: Briefly News