- Ayanda Thabethe has shared a carefully planned April Fool's Day prank on social media
- The media personality collaborated with Jameson and claimed that the whiskey brand was launching its own skin care range
- The award-winning TV presenter even featured in the fake advert that the whiskey brand dropped on 1 April
Ayanda Thabethe has also taken to social media to share an elaborate April Fool's Day prank. The media personality has been praised for pulling one of the greatest jokes in Mzansi on Thursday, 1 April.
The TV host teamed-up with alcohol brand Jameson and they came up with the prank that is trending on Twitter. Ayanda and the booze company dropped an advert claiming to be launching 'Beatha Skincare' from Jameson. The advert featured the stunning award-winning presenter.
The hashtag #JamesonAprilFools is trending high on the micro-blogging app after it was revealed the campaign was a joke. Ayanda captioned the video of the fake advert:
"HAPPY APRIL FOOL’s!!! Sound on to watch! The only thing as perfect as this April Fool’s prank we just pulled is our whiskey. And we’ll stick to doing just that."
Tweeps and some Mzansi celebs took to her comment section to share their thoughts on the prank. Check out some of their comments below:
Khaya Mthethwa wrote:
"Was wondering how was this gonna work?"
"I had literally believed everything about this skin care range."
"You really pulled this one off."
"How dare you give us fire campaign photos only for it to be a prank."
"I once read that whiskey is good for the skin."
Ayanda shared that she was ready to be dragged on Twitter after it was revealed that the advert was actually a joke. She wrote:
"I was so ready to be trolled nathi nje congratulations looool!!!! But guys a skin care range that has all the elements found in whiskey. Hhhayi."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that NaakMusiq is trending on social media after his hacker allegedly struck again on Thursday, 1 April - April Fool's Day. Mzansi tweeps are debating whether it's an April Fool's Day joke or if the Turkish man is really back.
The hacker has from the looks of things taken over the musician's Twitter account and Instagram page.
Even NaakMusiq's profile pics have been replaced with those of the hacker. The cyber-criminal posted his snap and captioned it in Arabic. When translated, the fraudster said:
"This is the day when I return to reclaim what is mine. I have finally got my page back."
Tweeps have taken to Naak's comment section to share their reactions. A fan @____cand_y wrote:
"Lmao AGAIN? Anga why can't you secure your account kanti?"
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