- The SAPS Brass Band is known for entertaining audiences during special occasions hosted by the South African Police Force
- At a recent event, the band was recorded playing a tune with their trumpets and drums while marching in perfect unison
- The video was shared on Twitter and Mzansi has mixed feelings about the band's performance
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Popular Twitter user, @kulanicool, shared a video with his close to 300k followers, showing the SAPS Brass Band in action. People from around the country shared their thoughts on the video - some find it amusing, while others simply love it.
The post is gaining traction on the platform with close to 700 likes and 200 retweets. Take a look at the post for yourself:
The comments are a mix of reactions from Saffas all over the country. Some think it is "fire" while others feel it is a scene straight out of the Police Academy movies.
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"Yo is this how brass band sounds like in Rustenburg?"
"When the 2nd group appeared I was so proud, I almost cried then I remembered kana ke Mzansi nothing to be proud of!"
"I feel like this one bang better than the original song."
"Jeeeez this is soo good."
"My WWE entrance song."
"Sounds like a theme song from the Police Academy movies."
'This is fire."
"As they say, it’s a national song."
"Law enforcement brass band marching to a song about a world known terrorist."
“I salute them”: Local man thanks dedicated SA cops but Mzansi's really divided about the SAPS
In other news, Briefly News reported that a frequent social media user Kulani dropped a heartwarming post as he thanked the members of the South African Police Service. The young lad says he salutes all the men and women in blue who serve the nation with pride and diligence.
@KulaniCool is now getting responses from locals who are joining him as they praise the guys who put their lives on the line.
The viral post has also grabbed the attention of local cops who are thanking the account holder for recognising their role in the community. However, some people feel the men and women in blue are just after bribes.
“Salute all men and women in blue who serve with diligence and dedication.”
“Thank you, sthandwa.”
“Visited their workplace today, I must say their service was on another level, I kinda felt safe.”
“There are those who are dedicated, in such a dangerous field.”
“Salute to the matriculants.”