Sol's Response to Joburg School Robbery Sets Off Pun Avalanche Online: "No Class"

Sol's Response to Joburg School Robbery Sets Off Pun Avalanche Online: "No Class"

  • Footage of a school robbery in the Johannesburg CBD has surfaced online and has since been doing the rounds
  • While many Saffas were left shaken by the clip, others, including podcaster Sol Phenduka, saw the funny side
  • Briefly News camped in the comments section to bring readers all the hilarious comments to the post

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A video that shows the moment a group of gun-toting thugs storm an unknown private school in Johannesburg before sticking it up has been doing the rounds on social media for the better part of Wednesday.

Briefly News reported that the video was shared on Twitter by anti-crime activist Yusuf Ambramjee. The 54-second clip garnered more than 286 000 views as South Africans recoiled to the incident in fear.

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Sol cooked up a light hearted response to a chilling school robbery. Image: @Solphendukaa
Source: Twitter

But fear is far from being the only emotion that could be deduced as locals processed the scenes that played out. It comes as former 5 FM radio personality and local podcast funny man Sol Phenduka cooked up a hilarious response to the chilling video.

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Taking to his @Solphendukaa Twitter handle, Phenduka, who is often heard bombarding "Chillers" on Podcast and Chill with MacG with a barrage of puns, made light of the incident.

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His quote tweet read:

"Robbing a school? These guys have no CLASS."

The awkwardly funny post instantly instigated a bout of pun-filled tweets from netizens. Strikingly, all of them involved the use of school-related terms such as 'class', 'report', 'standard', and 'principal' among a host of others.

Puns flood the timeline

Briefly News needed no second invitation to camp in the comments section to bring readers all the hilarious puns below.

@@_7even_5ive_ wrote:

"Those guys need some principles in their lives."

@Bhokolosh2 added:

"They don't have standards."

@GonzalezSerino added:

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"They need to be taught a lesson."

Mac G bemoans poster boy status amid rising criticism

In other news, Briefly News previously reported that while he has become a local podcast hero to some, to others, Mac G's platform is the symbol of everything wrong in this country.

The former radio presenter turned YouTuber, whose Podcast and Chill with Mac G channel has in recent times reached unimaginable infamy in Mzansi for the "raw and unfiltered" manner with which it's presented, has cooked up a scathing response for his critics.

According to ZAlebs, there is growing backlash against the podcast after a series of controversial episodes, including the most recent one featuring TV presenter Jub Jub, in which the latter spilt the beans on his and Amanda du-Pont's then "saucy relationship".

Mac G has since come out guns blazing, notably telling his critics that the show is here to stay despite all the loud criticism against it from 'Black Twitter' and disingenuous female celebrities such as Minnie Dlamini-Jones and du-Pont, both of whom have called for its scrapping after labelling it as misogynistic.

Source: Briefly News

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