- An absolutely ridiculous yet hilarious TikTok video of President Cyril Ramaphosa has been shared online
- In the clip, Ramaphosa's face seems to have been placed on someone else's body as he sings a popular Taylor Swift song
- The clip left hundreds of South Africans laughing their butts off in the comment section of the post
One thing many people never thought they would see was a clip of their very own president singing a Taylor Swift song - but South Africans, surprisingly, have been given this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Taking to Twitter, a guy with the handle, @George_Mogwase shared a hilarious TikTok video that was edited to show Ramaphosa candidly singing along to T-Swift's Trouble. While it's clear that the clip was made by an app, it does not take away how funny it was to watch.
"Guys," George simply captioned the hilarious TikTok clip.
South Africans just could not deal with how funny the clip was. Many of them headed to the comment section to share hilarious comments about the clip. Read a few of them below:
"Laitse we are a very special country shem."
"I understand playing mara ee yona, who did this?"
"People are playing too much. Aowa banna this is not it... Whoever did it won't see heaven."
"No man guys don't do that please."
"As for screaming part thixo.. I'm not okay."
"Am leaving satafrika guys."
"Bathong...President o screama gore."
In more funny Briefly.co.za news, Rumani, who is also known as 'The Cleaner' is quickly becoming the go-to guy for quick Photoshop fixes - that is if he isn't taking it upon himself to "fix" snaps himself. Well, he once again headed online and executed the perfect fix.
It all started when @Liznku asked him to please remove a fly from her forehead that had parked himself there while she was busy with a selfie session. Not only did the cleaner remove the fly, but he also shared a series of snaps of how the job was done - hilariously with a fly swat.
"I take my job very serious," he captioned the post hilariously.
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