DJ Maphorisa Amused by Lookalike, Fans Share Hilarious Reactions

DJ Maphorisa Amused by Lookalike, Fans Share Hilarious Reactions

- DJ Maphorisa took to twitter to share his amusement at the pic of his lookalike

- Two men recreated DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small's old snap and Phori had a good laugh after he saw it

- Maphorisa's lookalike spotted a colourful doek and dark shades just like him

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DJ Maphorisa took to social media recently to post a snap of his lookalike. The Amapiano music producer shared his amusement at the pic with five face with tears of joy emojis.

The star is known is Mzansi for rocking dark shades and expensive Gucci doeks. The man on the pic donned a doek and dark sunglasses just like Phori. The funny pic also features another man who looks like Madumane's friend and colleague Kabza De Small.

Phori took to Twitter on Thursday, 21 January and posted a collage of his snap with Kabza and the pic that was recreated by their lookalikes.

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The musician's fans took to his comment section and shared hilarious reactions to the recreated pic. Check out some of their comments below:

@RealTim88047876 said:

"Kabza De Small Lite and DJ Maphorisa Lite."

@Mccow1 wrote:

"Kabza De Little and Masecurity, lol."

@handsome2016 commented:

"Low budget version ye (of) Scorpion Kings."

@NOX14828989 said:

"The duplicate of Scorpion Kings, lolz."

@Lkayeradicator wrote:

"Wow the accuracy in this."
DJ Maphorisa Amused by Lookalike, Fans Share Hilarious Reactions

DJ Maphorisa shared a snap of his lookalike on Twitter. Image: @djmaphorisa
Source: Instagram

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kabza De Small recently took to social media to encourage his fans to follow Mzansi's Covid-19 rules and regulations so that the country could move to Level 2 lockdown.

The musician promised his fans new music if they behave and stay safe until Mzansi moves to the less stricter levels of the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of Covid-19. The country is currently on Level 3 lockdown. The Umshove hitmaker took to Twitter on Tuesday, 12 January and wrote:

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"Hello Guys. Let’s stay safe. Please sanitise and wear your masks out there. We’ll go to Level 2 after I release a Level 2 song."

The star's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his post. One tweep @JnrTsietsi said:

"Yes I agree with you, if we can wear our masks we can go to Level 2."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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