- A South African man recently headed online to share a clip of himself doing a fake broadcast about Level 1 lockdown
- In the clip, the man pretends to be reading messages from various people who share their thoughts on what Level 1 means to them
- South Africans were left highly entertained, many of them sharing their thoughts about the clip in the comment section
A local man recently headed online to share a hilarious yet somewhat insightful fake radio broadcast about Level 1 lockdown and what it means to individual South Africans from different walks of life.
In the hilarious clip that was shared by funny Twitter comedian, @siyanda_gonzo, he can be heard reading messages from the "audience" about the recently adjusted Level 1 lockdown in the country.
In the fake broadcast, one pretend South African says that he is worried Level 1 will result in the third wave while another pretend person says they are from a rural area and not afraid of the third wave.
"Happy Level 1, happy birthday Madluphuthu @robertmarawa," he captioned the Twitter clip.
Soon locals were sharing their thoughts. You can read some of them below:
"Yazi mina sengifuna nokukuzwa kwi Ngizwe Mchunu fm uyayenza lento. (You know I want to hear from Ngizwe Mchunu fm you are doing this.)"
"You killed it bro."
"Ngikubona konke but ayi amaHeadphone. (I can see it all but not the headphones.)"
"Nayi lento abayenzayo yevolume beyihlisa beyinyusa. (Here's what they do with the volume up and down.)"
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, 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.
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.
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