- Dr Rebecca Malope has responded to a hilarious joke about the way she sings
- A clip of a young lady named Mbali singing Imali Eningi just like Rebecca is doing the rounds on social media
- The gospel singer has expressed that the up and coming artist has a lovely voice
Dr Rebecca Malope took to social media recently to respond to a joke. A tweep shared a clip of a young lady who sang Big Zulu's Imali Eningi just like the gospel singer.
The video of the singer identified only identified as Mbali has been viewed more than 304 000 times. It has also garnered more than 17 000 likes.
Ribs took to Twitter recently and shared her thoughts on the video. She responded very positively to the hilarious clip. The award-winning musician said:
"She has a lovely voice. Someone tell Mbali she made my day."
Other tweeps took to Rebecca's comment section to share their thoughts on her sweet response. Check out some of their comments below:
"Haw' Sis Ribs, yazi I was telling a friend of mine on his WhatsApp status that this girl nailed it. It sounds so great. I'm glad you endorse!"
"Mom thank you and I'm happy I made your day
"Wow, Mbali's future looks bright from now on going forward, Thanks sisi Ribs for seeing the tweet."
"She sounds just like you."
"Sisi Ribs your response is so empowering to her and million others that you have inspired, thank you."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Dr Rebecca Malope is such a comic. The veteran Gospel singer couldn't contain her excitement when she thought she was seated next to Prince Kaybee during the 26th edition of the South African Music Awards (SAMAs).
The legendary singer thought YFM presenter and musician DJ Supta was the Gugulethu hitmaker. As she started jumping up in excitement, Supta burst her bubble. He told her that he wasn't the Prince Kaybee.
Ribs burst into laughter after realising her blunder. Ribs even took to social media to joke about her moemish. She wrote on Twitter:
"@PrinceKaybee_SA it was nice meeting you!"
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