RWC 2023: Somizi Mhlongo Credits Dr Maweni for Securing Springbok Win Against England Using “Powers”

RWC 2023: Somizi Mhlongo Credits Dr Maweni for Securing Springbok Win Against England Using “Powers”

  • Somiz Mhlongo's sense of humour was shining when he celebrated the Springboks' win against England in the Rugby World Cup 2023 (RWC)
  • The media personality mentioned Gogo Maweni in his post about the Springbok's semi-final victory
  • Somizi Mhlongo's followers thought he was hilarious after making the post directed at Gogo Maweni's alleged magical powers

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Somizi Mhlongo was chuffed over Springbok's win against England in the Rugby World Cup. The entertainer soon had people laughing with his comedic take on the victory as it involved Gogo Maweni.

Somizi Mhlongo, Gogo Maweni, Springboks
For the RWC 2023, Somizi Mhlongo joked that Dr Maweni helped Springboks win against England by beating Harry Potter. Image: @somizi/@dr_maweni
Source: UGC

Many fans of Somizi Mhlongo added to his jokes about what scored SA the win. The post by Somizi Mhlongo dedicated to Maweni was a hilarious hit.

Somizi Mhlongo pokes fun at Gogo Maweni

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In an Instagram post, Somizi Mhlongo joked that South Africa's battle against England in the RWC extended to the supernatural realm. Somizi said that While England had Harry Potter on their side, Mzansi had Gogo Maweni, crediting her for the Rugby victory.

See the post below:

Gogo Maweni and fans in stitches

Fans of Somizi thought his post alluding to traditional medicine against Harry Potter was hilarious. Other netizens commented, saying she should do the same for finals. An Amakhosi fan referenced Kaizer Chiefs' losing streak and asked Gogo Maweni for a favour.

Gogo Maweni commented, amused by Somizi's jokes. She wrote:

"LOL- Som Som ❤️"

madam_reeh said:

"Awenze nakwi Chiefs phela gogo."

pearlmotaung joked:

"Someone take his Internet."

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mphura_b wrote:

"She must also help us with the finals ."

nomfacey added:

"@dr_maweni, can we please start early for the final...let's not summon the ancestors on the day. I think iyabakwatisa leyonto. Asiqale early, siloku sibancenga nje. I'll make umqombothi so long."

ms_ndzamela agreed:

"Enze njalo same time same place next week."

lomso_ikhwezi was amused:

"South Africans take nothing seriously, and I love it."

SA emotional over Springboks' RWC seminal win

The match between Bokke and England for the Rugby World Cup 2023 was nail-biting. One rugby fan was in tears during the tough game.

Bokke fan consults underground gang during game

Briefly News previously reported that a die-hard Springbok supporter went above and beyond in the nail-biting Rugby World Cup semi-final match against England.

In a TikTok video, she is spotted channelling the ancestors while directing impepho smoke towards the TV.

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South Africa clinched a nail-biting victory against England, earning a spot in the Rugby World Cup final against New Zealand. Handrè Pollard's last-minute penalty kick sealed the win, pushing South Africa to a thrilling 16-15 win at Stade de France on a Saturday night.

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Rutendo Masasi (Human-Interest editor) Rue Masasi is a Human Interest and Entertainment writer at Briefly News who graduated with a BA (Hons) in English from Rhodes University in 2018. Rue also has 2 years of experience in journalism and over four years of experience as an online ESL teacher. She has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her via email: rutendo.masasi@briefly.co.za

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