- The Economic Freedom Fighters' (EFF) Mbuyiseni Ndlozi had South Africans in stitches with a post on social media
- Ndlozi shared images of politicians' heads photoshopped into a still frame from a local series, Moja Love, where the character is in hospital
- South Africans responded to his tweet with their own photoshops which proved to be quite funny
Economic Freedom Fighters Commissar Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is known for his rather controversial posts on social media. He recently shared a series of images that had hundreds of South Africans in stitches.
Ndlozi shared images of South African politicians heads photoshopped into a scene of a local production where the character is lying in what looks to be a hospital bed.
Ndlozi shared images of former president Thabo Mbeki, President Cyril Ramaphosa, Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula and EFF leader Julius Malema. Saffas joined in with their own photoshops, including of Ndlozi and former president Jacob Zuma.
Take a look at Ndlozi's tweet below:
Below are some of the photoshops Saffas made in response as well as other reactions:
"We seriously don't deserve the internet."
"Don't tag @Julius_S_Malema you'll get in trouble."
"I like how that hospital bed suits everyone, even politicians."
"Mayivalwe with immediate effect..."
@force_mageba responded with:
"CIC can be discharged, he looks OK. 'Critical but stable.' "
@Ntsika_2019 said to Ndlozi:
"In this country to be truly honest, we don't deserve social media... Really."
"Don’t say that... Otherwise, we’ll go back to Level 5 lockdown."
In other Ndlozi news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Mbalula asking Ndlozi when he's getting married. Whether your political views align with Julius Malema's or not, there's no denying that the Red Beret boss looks good in a suit.
The EFF leader posted a snap of himself and his wife, Mantwa Matalala, at a wedding recently, captioning the post simply:
Ndlozi also attended and looked his best despite the apparent lack of a plus one. In response to his post, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula wanted to know when he would tie the knot:
"When are you getting married doctor?"
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