- A local woman has gone viral on social media after posting a clip of herself explaining she's not Natasha Mazzone
- The woman humorously concludes her short clip by clarifying that not all white people look the same
- Mzansi shared their reactions to the funny mishap
It's a case of mistaken identity. One local woman is definitely over being compared to notorious DA MP Natasha Mazzone.
The hilarious clip was posted by Twitter user @dramadelinquent, whose real name actually is also Natasha. It's definitely no surprise she couldn't stomach being mistaken for controversial politician Natasha Mazzone, who made headlines this year for lying about her qualifications.
The video begins with @dramadelinquent hilariously dedicating her post to "all the morons out there". She then clearly explains that she is not in fact Natasha Mazzone and that they sound completely different to one another.
@dramadelinquent humorously ends the silly clip by categorically explaining that "not all white people look the same".
The little mix-up definitely had Mzansi laughing. Check out some of their comments below:
"Chin's not the same. Maybe it's the colour of the eyes that's confusing."
"Don’t mind them wena Natasha... Are you married, dating or single? I wanna take my chances."
"Colour your hair black so we don't confuse you."
"The other Natasha would’ve sounded ANGRY in this video."
"Same WhatsApp group."
"You are the other beautiful Natasha."
Meanwhile, in more news concerning the DA, Briefly News previously reported that six years ago a R32 million security upgrade was done to parliamentary villages. However, the systems have failed. It was recently found that not all the alarms are functioning as they should.
DA MP Madeleine Hicklin made the finding, making it known that not all alarm systems actually signal the police, they are broken. She took the matter up with Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille.
SAPS Rondebosch were blamed for not relaying signals from intruder alarms to its site office at Groote Schuur Estate, and they reported not having received any signals. It was then that Hicklin investigated further.
Hicklin wrote to De Lille, asking what had happened and why the systems were not properly checked. De Lille explained in a written response that there was an error when reinstalling the systems as they were old.
“The challenge, however, was the ageing infrastructure at SAPS Rondebosch static protection service, where not all intruder alarms reported the signal to the SAPS site office at Groote Schuur Estate.”
De Lille assured Hicklin that the department was attending to the issue.
“The department is currently attending to these challenges and will resolve the intruder alarm and signal under the current MP maintenance project.”
A R24 million budget has been set aside by De Lille’s department to ensure that safety measures are maintained properly.
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Source: Briefly News