- A South African social media user has shared a snap of a much skinnier Oros Mampofu
- The ANC Youth League president recently underwent weight loss surgery after having health concerns
- South Africans could not believe how much weight he has lost and were asking for his secrets in the comment section of the post
A snap of a much skinnier Collen Maine has been doing its rounds on social media and locals are shocked at just how much weight the ANC Youth League president was able to lose. They made this very clear in the comment section of the post.
"Guys wait. Is this Oros like Oros Oros? Oros we ANC youth league," @iamVentWELL_SA captioned the snap of Maine.
Many South Africans quickly headed to the comment section to ask questions about his weight loss. While some wondered how he did it, others wondered whether stress had contributed to the massive drop in mass.
Read a few of their comments below:
"If Juju can do it, Oros can do it, everybody should do it."
"Comrade Oros through gym and running every morning, now ke slender."
"I need whatever he’s been taking or doing ASAP."
"You must be joking!"
"Everything is sugar-free these days so yeah it's probably him."
"Yes, it is him, in fact he is looking much better than last year."
"He now looks healthy."
In other Briefly News reports, on 29 September, Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux shared a photo of a slimmer-looking Collen Maine. The former ANC Youth League leader had been nicknamed "Oros" because of how he looked. The photo now shows Maine looking much slimmer.
"Has comrade Collen Oros Maine started banting?" the post was captioned.
His weight loss sparked a massive reaction on Twitter, trending for hours on the social media platform. Now, the former ANCYL leader opened up about his weight loss journey in an interview with YOU. He revealed that earlier this year, he went for a laparoscopic biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch - a procedure designed to aid weight loss.
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