- A talented South African recently created a picture collage with all the different people that contributed to trending topics in the country
- In the pic, one of the ladies from the #JohnVuliGat challenge, Katlego Maboa and his gown and Shepherd Bushiri appear
- South Africans found the post hilarious, many of them heading to the comment section to share their thoughts
Talented Twitter user and self-proclaimed Minister of Photoshop, @_Hybreed_ recently shared an interesting photoshopped collage of all the people that have helped make 2020 both memorable and truly dramatic.
In the post, there are various cropped out pictures of all the characters that have either went viral on social media or on different news publications. Briefly.co.za even seemed to have done a story or two of many of the characters in the pic.
Katlego Maboa, the young lady from the #JohnVuliGate challenge, Shepherd Bushiri, President Cyril Ramaphosa featuring his difficulty with putting on a mask and even a snake was among the things that _Hybreed_ explains are "2020 in a nutshell."
South Africans found the post completely hilarious, many of them heading to the comment section to either crack jokes or share their thoughts on the post. Read a few of their interesting comments below.
"We've been through alot this year ey."
"A lot has happened."
"Can't believe all this happened in 2020, it really has been a very long year tjoo."
"I only know the stories around the people I ticked. Who are the other ones & what did they do? GPS nyana asomblief."
In other Briefly.co.za social media news, a Twitter user called @ThabangTweezus made a shocking confession, he had not saved for December.
He explained that he had not saved for the holiday season as he believed that we were all going to die as the global Covid-19 pandemic swept the globe.
He captioned his post:
"I didn't save up for December because I thought we were going to die."
Someone who could relate @mamellow7 commented:
"I thought there was no December this year. I had the shock of my life when I realised yesterday was the 1st of December. Somebody bless me with money please."
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