"Demonic Chicken": Mzansi Reacts Hilariously to Snap of Black Chicken

"Demonic Chicken": Mzansi Reacts Hilariously to Snap of Black Chicken

- A young woman recently headed to Twitter to share a picture of a rare black chicken

- In the caption of the post, she asked other locals to share whether or not they enjoy the strange-looking meat

- Soon many South Africans were in the comment section sharing their hilarious thoughts about the black chicken

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A young lady recently headed online to share a picture of a rare black chicken. The young lady with the Twitter handle, @ZintleDiko also asked her followers whether or not they actually enjoyed the strange-looking meat.

"Guys let's be serious... is this chicken nice?" she asked in the caption of the post.

Very soon locals were taking to the comment section to share their hilarious thoughts about the chicken in the comment section of the funny post. While some expressed interest in trying the chicken, others thought that it looked evil or demonic.

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Below are some of the various interesting and hilarious comments made by Saffas about the black chicken:

@ChrisExcel102 said

"This is racist."

@Wisemanmzamani said:

"Guinea fowl not chicken."

@ThaboDown said:

"Demonic chicken."

@Lifa37858677 said:

"Just because it's black it's supposed to be demonic."
"Demonic Chicken": Mzansi Reacts Hilariously to Snap of Black Chicken
Locals shared many reactions to this black chicken. Images: @samuel_mashigo/@ZintleDiko
Source: Twitter

@__K_A_M_O__ said:

"isn't this that expensive black skinned chicken?"

@Zah_Zungu said:

"It looks evil."

@TumiMmakgabo said:

"It’s probably some form of bird."

@Mpho78550259 said:

"I like it braai using only salt."

@ProfesionalCVSA said:

"Which virus does it come with?"

@Lifa37858677 said:

"The blacker the berry the sweeter the juice, definitely that chicken is finger lickin' good."

@carriza68 said:

"Nice, more than a chicken chicken."

Briefly.co.za also reported that sometimes our egos are way better off when we decide not to share things on social media, because boy can they break you down. A young SA lady recently got a taste of this after she shared a picture of the food she prepared online.

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In the picture of the post that was made by @_TlhogyM, the young lady prepared some dumplings (dombolo or jexe) in the shape of a muffin with some crispy fried fish on the side. Admittedly, a sauce of some kind was definitely missing.

"When I cook I make sure," she confidently captioned the Twitter post.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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