- Podcast and Chill with Mac G co-host Sol Phenduka is again at it with his pun rhetoric, thanks to an outlandish Kabza De Small outfit
- The Amapiano DJ and producer recently rocked an elaborate Rick Owens ensemble comprising a cargo jacket and then some
- Not to be outdone, netizens wriggled their way to the comments section to share in the pun frenzy by serving up a string of their own
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It all comes together when fashion meets status, and this is the exact message we think Kabza De Small attempted to convey when he decided to rock one of the stringiest outfits Mzansians have seen.
Not to be outdone, outspoken Podcast and Chill with Mac G co-host Sol Phenduka took to Twitter to, shall we say, serve SA tweeps with more of his puns above a picture of the DJ in an elaborate Rick Owens mega-laced cargo jacket with matching trousers and boots.
Like Kabza, Black Motion's Murdah Bongz often rocks the Rick Owen brand but goes a little less berserk with the strings by alternating between an item of plain T-shirts or trousers in between the strings.
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"Phori took him in and showed him how to manoeuvre the game. Now Kabza is showing others the ropes."
In much the same, Sol's subliminal and, of course, "punny" joke didn't go over the heads of all the Saffas who saw it, with many making it a point to raise a glass to Phenduka for serving up the hilarity.
The tweet gathered more than 23 000 likes, nearly 3 000 likes and 1 000 comments, with locals grabbing the chance to share in the pun fun.
Locals not on the ropes
Briefly News took to the comments section to bring readers all the amused and, you guessed it, pun-inspired reactions to the post.
"I did knot see that coming."
"This outfit is laced."
"I asked for his help he told me he's all tied up at the moment."
Sol's response to school robbery sets off pun avalanche
Elsewhere, Briefly News reported that a video that shows the moment a group of gun-toting thugs storming an unknown private school in Johannesburg before sticking it up previously did the rounds on social media.
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.
But fear was 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 funny man Sol cooked up a hilarious response to the chilling video.
"Robbing a school? These guys have no CLASS," he wrote.
Source: Briefly News