- An edited clip showing President Cyril Ramaphosa's annoyance at a party has gone viral
- The clip of Ramaphosa shows him seated in front of a large screen that displays a large party
- The clip is very obviously edited as Ramaphosa does not move an inch throughout the video
An edited clip that shows President Cyril Ramaphosa seated in front of a screen displaying a party has gone viral online. The clip is edited very well and many South Africans are under the impression that it is real.
However, Ramaphosa does not move at all during the 15-second video. It looks as though someone found a still of Ramaphosa seated in front of a desk with an annoyed expression and edited the video on the screen.
The video was shared to Twitter by @Daudi_ibrahiim and has already gained over 50 000 views on the social networking site.
Take a look at the viral clip below:
Below are just a few of the responses:
"The government hit us with “is this you?" With all these videos we’ve been giving them."
"You guys will never see heaven."
"This vid is edited phela he is not moving a bit @CyrilRamaphosa."
@LLitsibe responded with:
"The fact that he's not even moving cracks me up."
@thusko quote tweeted the video:
"And this is the reason why uCyril closed all the good spots around the country and left Cape Town alone, we may be "dumb" according to yall, but not this level dumb..."
"This is what Cyril watches before hosting “family meetings”."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the president after the family meeting last night. December is looking a lot less festive with curfews being put back in place and restrictions on the sale of alcohol.
Beaches and live music and festivals have been cancelled for the holidays with a 11pm to 4am curfew in place and alcohol only allowed to be on sale from Monday the Thursday between 10am and 6pm. Here are some of the reactions to Cyril's "family meeting":
"Forget about December #cyrilramaphosa."
"This is how they have taken December from us #cyrilramaphosa."
"Basically, December is critical but stable. #cyrilramaphosa."
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