- South African musician Sjava seems to be coming out of his shell on social media
- The popular media personality has been sharing random relationship opinions on his personal Twitter account
- Mzansi social media users have loved seeing this new side of the vocalist and rapper
Sjava has been on social media more often these days and has been using the platform to reveal glimpses of his hilarious personality. In the last few days, the musician has been sharing random relationship opinions and tips. His latest post was about pillow talk.
Sjava believes that if a woman can lie on a man’s chest and not gossip about her friends then the relationship is not solid.
“If intombi yakho ayikhinindi indaba zabangani bayo nezasemsebenzini mayilele esfubeni sakho leyo ntombi ayikuthandi.”
His amusing opinion was met with mixed reactions from social media users.
Twitter user Nazomagenge2 said:
“Abasakhinindi lutho laba, uthi ecamele esfubeni abe ebuza ukuthi ingatholakalaphi iSavanna ebandayo. (These ones don’t gossip. She will be laying on your chest and talking about cold Savannas.)"
“I personal talk about the next project. What needs to be done next and how much we need... Ain’t have time for friends andinazoo! Yooo sibadala kangaka.”
“Once she's through with you she'll talk about you to the next guy.”
“I always have breaking news...”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Sjava recently took to social media to share his thoughts about pies and those who eat them. In a random post on his Twitter account, Sjava voiced that married people should not be eating pies.
He didn’t elaborate on why he thought this but his comment did leave his followers in stitches as they shared their thoughts.
“Pie idliwa abantu abangaganiwe. (Pie is eaten by people who are not married.)"
Twitter user Wokemakoti said:
“Vele. Anginandoda nje emamfuzana no pie ngikhona. (True. No man should be eating a pie while I’m around.)"
“Abalambile bona, weBafo? BadlaniA (and those who are hungry? What do they eat?)"
“Manje Skhuluma ngayiphi I pie la nkabi kqala. (Which pie are we talking about.)"
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