- A clip of some elderly ladies singing together heartily has been making its rounds on the internet
- In the clip, the old women seem to be remixing an old gospel song to add the lyrics "Savanna e monate", which means "Savannah is nice"
- Many locals have expressed how surprised they were to see this and were soon asking a number of questions
A strange clip of a group of elderly women remixing a popular gospel song has been doing its rounds on Twitter. In the clip, the ladies removed some of the song's lyrics and replaced it with the statement "Savanna e monate," which loosely translates to "Savanna is nice."
"Hhayini, who was involved in this? 'Savanna e monate'," ChristoThurston captioned the peculiar clip.
South Africans had a ton of questions about the video and wasted no time posing them in the comment section. One young lady who identified herself as a granddaughter of one of the gogos said that the old ladies were unaware of what they were saying since they do not drink.
Read a few of their comments below:
"I don’t know who tricked or manipulated them to sing this song but Koko and her friends don’t drink."
"These grannies deserve to be featured on your adverts or as promoters because wow, they made me want to go get a 6-pack tomorrow."
"There must be savanna dashed in that Coke."
"The person who took and shared this video, usile siii."
"Mzakes Savanna is gaining so much popularity now... kante ba ekentse eng mara?"
In other Briefly News, church stories and healing methods are becoming more and more extreme and bizarre. A post has been made online about a pastor who heals his congregants using alcoholic drink, Savannah cider, and chicken bile.
A post shared on Twitter by @Advobarryroux shows the pastor standing by his congregants, who are all holding up Savannah bottles. Close to him one of the congregants is proudly holding up the chicken.
"Pastor Mzinto Ngema used a mixture of Savannah & chicken bile to heal members of his church," @advodbarryroux captioned the bizarre Twitter post.
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