- The EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi recently headed online to once again honour his favourite American artist Beyoncé
- Taking to Twitter, Ndlozi shared a snippet of Beyoncé and Jay Z performing during a concert
- Many of his fans and followers quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the clip
The Economic Freedom Fighters' Mbuyiseni Ndlozi seems to have a major crush on American singer and songwriter, Beyoncé Knowles. For the second time this year, Ndlozi has headed online to honour her.
This time Ndlozi shared a short clip of the world-famous star and her husband Jay Z, who were performing at a concert. While Ndlozi did not caption the post, it is quite clear to see that he has a world of respect for the artist.
Many of his followers who watched the clip could see why he was so impressed. A lot of them headed to the comment section to marvel over how magnificent the performance was. Others were not that impressed though.
Read a few of their comments below:
"I'd rather listen to Brenda Fassie songs. Not this trash."
"Heal. Some of us listen to both of them. And whether like it or not Beyoncé and Jay-Z have been more successful and impactful in the music industry as a whole."
"For a second I saw @casspernyovest."
"Mmabatho oyetsa eng Ndlozi Bathong? Harisa Dubula maBuru? Love is powerful."
"Oh man this song reminds me of Professor ST Weiss from Wits, he'd played this song in the middle of the lecture."
"Eish I watch this vid every day on YouTube."
Briefly News also reported Mbuyiseni Ndlzoi recently received a plethora of hilarious responses from South African social media users after sharing some support for US superstar Beyoncé in a post made on his Twitter page.
In his post, which includes a picture of the star holding her Grammy Award, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi referred to the Single Ladies hitmaker as a queen. He also made use of the hashtag #Grammys at the end of the tweet.
"Queen Beyoncé #GRAMMYs," he captioned the beautiful picture of the star.
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