two- A local man recently headed online to share a clip of himself saying he wants to recruit a tractor driver to help him bring down the 2-bedroom he built for his ex
- In the clip, the man is driving behind the tractor in question while making the hilarious joke
- The clip comes after various stories have surfaced online of men either taking back possessions or breaking down homes they built for exes
A local man was recently heard in a hilarious clip that as shared online by @Advobarryroux, joking about breaking down the two-bedroom home that he had built for a woman with whom he is no longer involved.
In the clip, the man is driving behind a tractor while he jokes that he would like to recruit it to help him break the house down. He can then be heard saying that he should go ahead of the tractor so that it could follow him to the house.
"South Africa remains unmatched," @AdvoBarryRoux captioned the clip.
Meanwhile, South Africans who have been at the receiving end of stories about blessers and businessmen reclaiming their possessions from women who they aren't seeing any more quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts.
Read a few of them below:
"When Umjolo turn south."
"Viva comrade... Siyawina Gents."
"Majita need to stop using Umshini to think. Build a house for umkakho not intombi! Then ubizwa nge leader of men's conference! Mayivalwe leyo conference shwem."
"Looks like the resolutions adopted at this year's men's conference are finally being implemented"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that another clip of a scorned blesser taking back what belongs to him has been shared online. In the clip that was shared by Facebook page Musa Mathebula, the man can be seen fighting to get the woman out of the car.
At one point, the man stands in front of the car as the woman tries to drive away. After he refuses to move, she finally budges and opens up the door to speak to the man, who then proceeds to pull her out of the car as a crowd that gathered around them cheers him on.
"I repeat, Mjollically Speaking, this week is flames. Another one from Mpumalanga. Tendani tinto eNaspoti naaa bagolo," Musa Mathebula captioned the clip that he shared on his Facebook page.
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