- A young South African lady had Twitter going crazy after she shared that she met President Cyril Ramaphosa
- @LM_Okuhle (Mbali) said she "bumped" into Ramaphosa during his morning jog and snapped a few selfies
- South Africans rushed to her replies section asking if she had inquired about the lifting of the alcohol ban
People often see or meet celebs during their morning jogs but one South African lady had jaws dropping after she ran into President Cyril Ramaphosa. @LM_Okuhle (Mbali) on Twitter managed to stop the President to take a few selfies as well.
She shared the images along with a short caption explaining that she had stopped the President as he was going about his morning jog. She shared the post early this morning and it's already surpassed 10 000 likes on the social networking site.
South Africans rushed to her replies section with some hilarious comments.
Take a look at the viral post below:
Read some of the funny and witty responses left under her post below:
"I've always dreamed of such moment but with Jacob Zuma."
"Which direction were his feet pointing? Sideways, backwards or multiple directions?"
"But his mask looks like socks though."
"Lol nice, how does he smell though?"
@Sparks_0928 responded with:
"You also rich mos, just to bump into the president like that. Such would never happen where I stay."
In other selfie-related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a youthful-looking lady who had Mzansi questioning her age. @mologadi shared a stunning selfie and explained what her new age would be this year but she didn't get the reaction she expected as many people flocked to the comment section to jokingly accuse her of lying about her age.
"Turning 39 this year," she captioned the Twitter post.
Meanwhile, her followers had the following to say about her beauty and youthfulness. Read a few of their comments below.
"’80s are God’s favourite children."
"80s babies never look their age. Turned 40 and I got tired of explaining my age."
"Are you really sure it's 39? Ngoba ai no, you look way too young."
"She obviously meant 29, it's a typo."
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