- A video showing a fight in Cape Town is making South Africans question their nationality
- The 30-second video created quite a buzz on social media as peeps responded with hilarious memes
- 13 000 views were marked at the time of Briefly.co.za's viewing of the clip, which was shared to Twitter
South Africans and fighting are like amagwinya and polony, the two go hand-in-hand. A video of a group of people having a weird tiff in Cape Town is doing its rounds on social media thanks to parody account @AdvoBarryRoux.
The 30-second clip has stones and bricks flying. The person filming the video laughs beyond belief before telling everyone surrounding the weird fight not to laugh. There are over 13 000 views of the video.
It seems as though the participants in the fight were elderly, judging from the responses from peeps.
Watch the video below:
These are just a few of the responses the videos received:
"That one must just go and have a bed rest."
"Cape Town mense are a whole different breed."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africans are fearing a third Covid-19 wave after a clip of a maskless party circulated online. Heading to Twitter, @Yoliswamakhasi shared the clip of the partiers, who seemed to have no worries in the world about the deadly virus that is taking hold of the country.
"Third wave loading eMonti!" Yoliswa captioned the post.
Soon Mzansi was in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the post. Read a few of their comments below:
"The DJ is shaking hands! Star-struck... which part of we are in the middle of a deadly pandemic don’t they get?"
"Fun fact most transmission happens via aerosols so all gatherings in indoor spaces without masks, even your own living room with friends can get you infected. You don’t have to touch the virus, shared air is enough. It’s been a year and we’re not clear on this. Incredible."
"We will be reading about it in the next 10 to 14 days. People just refuse to take heed of the regulations and then blame the government when they are sick."
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