- A short clip of a local student who is very hyped up has been circulating on South African social media platforms
- In the clip, the kid can be seen shouting very passionately among other kids who seem to be cheering passionately over something
- South Africans have shared various funny reactions to the clip, even comparing the young boy to EFF leader Julius Malema
A short clip of a very passionate boy has been shared online by a man with the Twitter handle, @T_P_Mhlanga. In the clip, the young student is one of many other students who seem to be cheering about something.
What makes the young man stand out from the rest of the crowd is the passion with which he is joining the big cheering session. With a very serious look on his face, the little one is shouting at the top of his voice.
"We all know which UNIVERSITY will take this kid right futhi there's no need for him to apply #PrisonWarder," @T_P_Mhlanga captioned the clip.
Very soon many South Africans were sharing hilarious reactions to the clip. Many of them remarked that the little boy would make a very fierce leader one day. Read a few of their comments below:
"Did someone just gave birth to another Julius Malema?"
"Wa bona the way o tshaba ng Bana ba TUT ka teng o felletse o thoma le rena student tsa ko Old Age."
"Yuuuuh so much energy from the little comrade this one is already in the SRC, he will enrol kwi LLB and will proceed to become a politician."
In other Briefly.co.za news, who is the best daddy (and zaddy) in the world? That has to be Dwayne Johnson, popularly known as the rock. The ‘girl dad’ who has three daughters has written the rules of engagement when it comes to raising young girls into strong women.
The actor and former wrestler, whose youngest kids are both under four years old, has spent night and day reminding them that they are powerful, able, and deserving. To him, every day is International Women’s Day.
The Rock had people in awe recently when he held his youngest girl tightly in his arms and spoke affirmations to her. He then asked the tot to repeat each sentence after him and the result was a breath of fresh air.
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