- A local drummer is seen displaying his skills in a viral video as posted on social media by Mzansi’s one and only KulaniKool
- Kulani says the clip is epic and it is now attracting positive vibes and reactions from many locals who say they miss their school days
- Briefly News takes a look at the beautiful clip in which schoolboys are playing their musical instruments and it's getting getting the attention of locals
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A local man playing the drums at a school event is bringing all the positive vibes on social media. The young man can be seen playing the drums to a large group of people and he is praised for his skills.
The video clip is shared by Kulani on Twitter and many people now feel happy and remember their school days. Taking a glance at the reactions, social media users are fully aware of the surroundings and uniform as they say the school is Randfontein High School.
@KulaniCool’s social media followers are also agreeing with him that the clip is so cool and Briefly News takes a look at the reactions from the vial post. Kulani captioned the clip:
“This is cool.”
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The post reads:
“Yeses!!! I wish I can go back to high school and enjoy it to the fullest!!!!! What a vibe!.”
“Kids from Randfontein High School.”
“We starting a band baby we starting a band.”
“So very cool.”
“What's that?? Go Brandon.”
“Randfontein high school.”
Haibo: Video of a car overtaking at 200km/hr has social media users worked up
In a previous story, Briefly News posted that a video of one seriously speedy Opel overtaking another vehicle on a busy freeway has social media users in a frenzy. In the clip, it seems one driver passes by a bunch of moving cars travelling at a whopping speed of over 200km/hr
He is however surprisingly overtaken by a small white Opel coming from behind. Check out the clip below.
Naturally, the hilariously unbelievable occurrence had social media users in shock. Check out some of the stunned reactions below:
"A car last produced in 1986, showing you flames in 2021. . .miracles indeed."
"The car might have got some sort of boost or an engine of another car, I remember the car it's either Kadet or Monza."