- South African media personality Maps Maponyane recently took to social media to make a strange revelation
- The Mzansi celeb encountered a bat in his bedroom in the early hours of the morning
- Maps could not figure out where the bat came from as all his windows and doors were closed, prompting social media users to weigh in
Mzansi media personality Maps Maponyane was left scratching his head when he was confronted by a bat in his house recently. What left the media personality even more confused was the fact that he was sure he was closed all his windows, and wondered how the little creature flew in.
Taking to Twitter, he shared that he had caught the bat and released it outside:
“A bat was flying around my bedroom in the early hours of the morning (3am). When I realised what was happening, I caught it (and set it free again). All my windows and doors were closed, so I have no idea how it got in. I don't know what this means, but I'm hella confused.”
He also shared some pictures of the bat.
Mzansi social media users weighed in with their thoughts about the strange occurrence. Check out some of the reactions:
“Don't set it free, burn it.”
“The black person in u, is telling the truth listen to him...ba ya kuloya...”
“Maybe it's time to go to a seer or medium. Sometimes ancestors use animals as warnings, or maybe someone I'd assaulting you traditionally.”
“You were meant to burn it. But whatever it is, it’s nothing prayer can’t fix.”
“Check your ceiling. It might’ve flown into the space between the roof and the ceiling.”
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Maps Maponyane was candid with a fan about the effects that Covid-19 has had on his business. Maps, who owns Buns Out burger restaurant, said it has been horribly affected. He said this has generally been a devastating period overall.
However, Maps also assured the tweep that while things have been hard, they hope it will get better and that they have strategic ideas which will hopefully help the business survive this difficult period.
The fan tweeted, "Maps, how has the pandemic impacted your restaurant, bro?"
"The truth? Horribly. It's been devastating, but we have faith and hope it will get better. The reality is that we can't carry on like this for too long for it to still make business sense. But we have a couple (of) strategic ideas that will hopefully mitigate that. Thanks for asking."
We're all holding out that Buns Out survives this pandemic. Maps let fans who are in Joburg know of a few different ways that they can support the business.
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