- Many South Africans recently headed to Twitter to take part in a new challenge on the Twitter streets - #WeekdaysVsWeekends
- The post sees people sharing what they look like in their work uniforms and what they look like on the weekends when they are more relaxed
- Many South Africans joined the challenge while others simply shared compliments in the various posts
Another day another interesting challenge on Mzansi Twitter streets. The lastest one sees locals heading online to share pictures of themselves rocking their work uniforms and what they find themselves wearing on the weekends.
While many seemed to love turning things up on the weekend by dressing themselves up to the tees, others simply rocked casual clothes to take breaks from hard work throughout very busy weekdays.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the various interesting challenge participants as well as the comments they received beneath their beautiful Twitter post. Read a few of them below:
@peloentlem replying to @Its_Lira said:
"I have to say you are very beautiful Ratu. I think weekdays will have me sign up to be your weekly patient."
@Claudatiousss replying to @DrMom_Cooks said:
"Pragtig Doc, either way awusemhle cc"
In other Briefly.co.za Twitter news, Black Twitter recently decided to award some of the most prominent key-players in a successful Black Twitter year by having a virtual award ceremony which honours those who have become well-known in the black Twitter streets.
Fastfood giant Nandos who have built themselves a reputation for witty ad campaigns and fiery clapbacks is the recipient of an award. Telkom also received an award for being the "cheapest" network provider in Mzansi while Minister Tito Mboweni received his award for Best Politician of 2020.
Notorious photoshopper @Hybreed_ also made it on the list of award recipients while the #DuduzaneChallenge beat other challenges such as the #JohnVuliGate and #JerusalemaChallenge to receive the award for Best Challenge of 2020.
Not everyone received desirable awards though. E-Commerce store Takealot walked away with the Scammer of the Year award while fastfood store Hungry Lion received the award for Worst Restaurant.
Here are some responses to the awards:
@_LeratoMabuza said: "Awards With No Nominees Is Just Corruption. In Full Support Of The Awards Being Re Done,This Time We Want To See All Nominees In All Different Categories. #2020BlackTwitterAwards"
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