- A clip of a local man singing heartily in a South Africa street has gone viral on popular app, Twitter
- In the clip, the man is surrounded by people who are singing back up for him very enthusiastically
- Many people loved the clip and also headed to the comment section to share compliments on the beautiful song delivery
Sometimes singing very loudly can really liven the mood. A clip shared online by popular Twitter user @AdvoBarryRoux recently proved this to be very true. In the clip, a man and a bunch of people sing a medley of songs very enthusiastically.
The people in the clip appear to be on a strike in a South African street. However, instead of looking angry or disappointed, they are all singing loudly with smiles on their faces while one man leads the crowd with a very melodious voice.
“Nobady wanna see us together,” @AdvoBarryRoux captioned the clip.
Soon the clip received over 20 000 views. Many locals also headed to the comment section where they shared a number of compliments with the group of enthusiastic singers. Read a few of their comments below:
"The University of Braamfontein did this comrade dirty but let me tool, hope he is okay wherever he is."
"Akhomtu uyiFemale oCute ofuna ndimsendele levideo ku WhatsApp."
"These guys no man, his voices slaps there."
"Gents are genuinely great singers they don’t even force."
"My 6-year-old love, love this song."
"Reminds me of soccer practice in the locker room."
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a young South African lady with the Twitter handle @baby2stackss recently shared a hilarious post about her grandfather on Twitter. In her hilarious post, she shared pictures of the old man wearing a waist trainer trying to flatten his mid-section.
"My grandfather is going through a serious mid-life crisis. Motho asho o apere waist trainer. My question is, what does he want it to do? Like does he want a flat tummy, or a non-existent waist? I'm so confused," she captioned the hilarious Twitter post.
Locals found the post absolutely hilarious, reacting to it over 500 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share their own humorous comments about the funny post.
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