- South Africans have shared hilarious reactions to Mbuyiseni Ndlozi's recent post about US celeb, Beyoncé
- In the post, Ndlozi shared a picture of the famous singer and also called her a queen in the caption
- Many of the star's fans and followers quickly headed to the comment section to crack hilarious jokes about the post
Mbuyiseni Ndlzoi recently received a plethora of hilarious responses from South African social media users after sharing some support for US superstar Beyoncé in a post made on his Twitter page.
In his post, which includes a picture of the star holding her Grammy Award, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi referred to the Single Ladies hitmaker as a queen. He also made use of the hashtag #Grammys at the end of the tweet.
"Queen Beyoncé #GRAMMYs," he captioned the beautiful picture of the star.
The post received near to 400 likes at the time it was viewed by Briefly.co.za. Many locals also headed to the comment section to share their hilarious thoughts on the post. Read a few of their comments below:
"Ahh kyafana Chief she doesn’t know you!"
"Mbalula must be over the moon."
"Hidden agenda I sense."
"She aged 10 years in a year."
In similar Briefly.co.za reports, it seems like it is not always war and politics on the EFF's leaders' minds and leader Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is the one who proved this after he hilariously took to his Twitter page to share a very peculiar clip.
In the extremely funny clip, two men only dressed in shorts and armed with open hands can be seen engaging in what can be loosely coined a slapping contest. In the clip, the men slap each other continuously as a crowd of people jeering around them. Ndlozi captioned the clip simply with some laughing emojis - clearly, he was left highly entertained by it.
Not long after sharing the funny clip, it received many reactions from his amused followers. Many of them took to the comment section to share their interesting thoughts on it. UnmovedLee said:
"The irony of the colours of their shorts... is this EFF and ANC?"
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Source: Briefly News