- A clip of a big group of people partying their lives away was recently shared online by a Twitter user
- In the clip, the partiers are dancing and singing without a single care in the world, blissfully unaware that they're being recorded
- South Africans have had a lot to say about the clip in the comment section of the post
A lot of people have seemingly stopped taking the necessary precautions to avoid getting or spreading Covid-19, which is why it's unsurprising that a clip of locals having a blast while drinking and partying was shared online.
In the clip that was shared by @oshateKeo, the partiers can be seen drinking, dancing and bizarrely throwing bottles with alcohol in them at one another - which they amazingly manage to catch despite being obviously intoxicated.
"Bana ba bomma," the uploader captioned the funny clip.
While a few people voiced their concerns about the absence of precautionary measures taken against Covid-19, others found it super hilarious and were soon making funny comments about it. Read a few of their replies below:
"What kind of music is that? Wa tseba le rena ka bokgolwa. Okare dinaka dihlakane le mpoho."
"SEEMS LIKE ALL DANCE MOVES ARE RELEVANT. THE OWNER OF THE SONG SEEMS TO HAVE INVENTED EVERYTHING. EVEN “TOSSING OF SOMETHING”, HENCE THAT LADY TOSSED A BOTTLE."
"When she casually tossed the bottle away and continued to dance like nothing happened. Lol..."
"What SADC country is this? Def not ours. We're crazy but we do it with grace"
In other Briefly.co.za news, South Africans have expressed concern that a third wave may hit the country sooner than expected after a clip was shared on Twitter of a group of revellers having the time of their lives at a groove while ignoring almost every Covid-19 health regulation.
Heading to Twitter, @Yoliswamakhasi shared the clip of the partiers who seemed to have no worries in the world about the deadly virus that is taking hold of the country and the world.
"Third wave loading eMonti!" Yoliswa captioned the post.
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