- DJ Tira took to social media to share a photoshopped photo of himself turned into a girl
- The DJ found the image very funny and asked Mzansi who made the hilarious picture
- Photoshopped pictures of male rappers and artists have been making rounds on social media lately
A funny picture has been making rounds on social media and it's of DJ Tira being photoshopped into a young woman. The DJ reshared the picture and was amused. He captioned the post:
"Who did this?"
DJ Tira added smiling emojis to show that he found the picture funny. Mzansi social media users have been trolling and making memes out of South African male artists. There have been similar memes made of Cassper Nyovest, Emtee and AKA to name a few.
Social media users started making a joke out of the picture and some even said that the female version of DJ Tira is their type. The timeline was amused by the snaps that have been trending on Twitter.
The joke was shared by many and it made for a nice laugh on social media. Take a look at some of the reactions to Tira's picture below:
"Ask Queen Monada, maybe she knows something."
"Wives, hide your husbands, Durban's finest is around the corner."
"She plays Amapiano better than Maphorisa."
"Point of order sir! Who is this slay queen?"
"So DJ Tira you have a twin sister or am I confused here."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Tira shared a dope video of nurses jamming to #SambaNgolayini Remix. DJ Tira took to social media recently to share a video of nurses dancing to the new remix of #SambaNgolayini.
The remix of the popular Gqom track by Worst Behaviour features DJ Tira, DJ Lag, Okmalumkoolkat, Beast, Gento Bareto and Tipcee. Makoya Bearings took to Instagram on Wednesday night, 4 March and shared the clip to his 2.2 million followers.
The Afrotainment boss captioned the epic video:
"Konakele, baphi oNurse (it's going down, where are the nurses) #SambaNgolayini."
In the clip, four nurses dance to the track while one is carrying a sanitiser and another a toilet paper roll on their heads. Social media users have shared mixed reactions to the clip. Most of them love it.
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