- A video claiming that a local priest was getting down at a groove is making its rounds on social media
- The video starts with a man busting a move at a jol and then moves on to a priest leading the church in song
- According to various tweeps, these are not the same people but many Saffa tweeps took the ambiguous information and ran with it
2020 has definitely been a year full of 'what a wow' moments. The most recent incident that caused this reaction is a video of a priest allegedly getting down at a groove. @JjSesing shared a combined video of the man and the priest to Twitter.
In the first half of the video, the 'priest' shows off some pretty cool moves and hits every beat. In the second half of the video, he's dressed in his priest attire while standing in front of a singing church.
According to @Nonkosi_Thiyane, the second video showing the priest in front of the church is actually a clip of Rev Dr Lungile Mpetsheni, who is the general secretary of the Uniting Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa, while the first clip is of an unknown man.
Take a look at the clip below:
These are just a few of the responses to the peculiar clip:
"A happy chap, he's like don't even start, am busy enjoying my life."
"I love a versatile king."
"Spiritual leaders are also humans who deserves to have fun."
In other news about posts that went viral, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a lady's questionable mechanic themed pics. The woman who was photographed posing with a wheel spanner while leaning over the engine of a car is being called out on Twitter.
@__thickdidi shared four images of her supposedly 'working' on her engine but tweeps aren't very convinced. While many brought up her sparkling clean acrylic nails, others were concerned about her using a wheel spanner for the engine of the car. @__thickdidi captioned her images:
"Handy Mandy. Hey you (need) a girl like me."
Her tweet gained over 2 000 likes in less than a day but the trolling in the replies section is what caught most people's attention.
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