- Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has headed online to laugh heartily at a short clip in which a man pranks a woman hilariously
- Mbuyiseni who used laughing emojis to express how funny he thought the clip was, also shared it on his timeline
- His followers found the "boot" prank in which a man leads a woman to believe her boot is broken by secretly opening it every time she closes it, very funny
The EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has taken a brief break from Twitter rants and online politics and for a change found himself enjoying a good laugh at a hilarious clip of a man playing a prank on a woman.
In the clip that was originally posted by @RhuNdimande, a woman can be seen exiting her car and opening the boot to take out her parcels and then closing it, not long thereafter, she closes it again but once again it opens, this continues for a few minutes as a man in a house nearby presses a button to continuously open the boot.
"Boys will be boys. We love them like that," Rhu captioned the clip, while Mbuyiseni shared laughing emojis.
Locals also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts:
"Kanti wena Didn't you just call a point of order on the debate"
"My wife did this to me the other day. I left the damn thing open"
"Your Boyfriend is busy howling there wena Shluthu"
"no heaven for this mafaka"
"Since Your master went to Nkandla your Anger is on half clutch Dr what happened, you are laughing."
Briefly.co.za also reported that a local man with the Twitter handle, @ramalokot has made a very bold statement about the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. While he did not mention the reasons for his statement about the politician, it may stem from Mbuyiseni's recent controversial comments about the Zimbabweans who have flocked into South Africa in large numbers.
Mbuyiseni recently said that South Africa should open its borders and allow every Zimbabwean national a space in the country.
"Please open the borders from Zim, Lesotho & Mozambique!!! They not bringing Covid; they left it here & will find it here. Let them in. It’s not fair - they live here. They are from here. They are part of us! Or you will be dealing with a worst humanitarian crisis than Covid!," wrote Ndlozi.
This subsequently resulted in a controversial tweet by @ramalokot.
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