Woman Tries to Rap Kanye West’s ‘Good Morning’ at University of Freestate Graduation but Gets Cut Off

Woman Tries to Rap Kanye West’s ‘Good Morning’ at University of Freestate Graduation but Gets Cut Off

  • A University of the Freestate graduate tried to make a special moment for herself when she fetched her degree
  • The lady was inspired after another student took to the stage and rapped Kanye West's Good Morning word for word
  • Netizens were in stitches as they watched an excited graduate get denied her moment as she tried to savour it

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A chuffed graduating student from UFS ended up red-faced on stage. The lady wanted to have her special moment by doing a mini rap performance of a Kanye song.

UFS grduate tries to rap Kanye West's 'Good Morning'
A UFS graduate tried to rap Kanye West's 'Good Morning' but was swiftly stopped by the MC. Image: TikTok/@sappy200/Getty Images/Cavan Images
Source: UGC

Peeps were mortified as they watched the lady get shut down in front of a big audience. The video caused a huge buzz on TikTok as many commented on the woman's experience.

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Woman's Kanye West rapping attempt fails at graduation

A TkiTok posted by @sappy200 went viral as a second UFS graduate tried to rap Kanye West's Good Morning after getting her degree. The graduate's attempt to rap for the Univeristy comes after one lady's iconic moment where she rapped the Kanye verse.

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Sadly, the second attempt was shut down by the MC at the UFS graduation. Watch the embarrassing moment below:

Mzansi feels sorry for UFS graduate's failed celebration

The video went TikTok viral as many people were mortified on the graduate's behalf. People had jokes as they imagined how they would have felt.

Phuti commented:

"Sometimes being shy helps."

It’s Nduu commented:

"Mr West said I’m tired now, kunini."

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Asanda Mtshali commented:

"Mr West said “I’m not waking up'."

user513844283581 commented:

"The Professor said "we don't do that here'."

Reitumetse Mzamane commented:

"Graduations are formal academic ceremonies with respected dignitaries in attendance. There’s a level of decorum to uphold."

mandilovespineapples commented:

"Another day where gwababa couldve saved you from a humbling experience."

Kiara Lochenberg commented:

"Personally, I wouldn’t heal from this embarrassment!"

Luyolo commented:

"Overdoing it now! Well done professor."

Graduate's church energy at ceremony delights audience and the internet

Briefly News previously reported that an MUT graduate brought the church to his graduation ceremony. The guy took over the stage, and he had the crowd going.

People could not stop raving about the way the man celebrated. The TikTok received over 90 000 likes as he danced his heart out.

Netizens are often inspired during graduation season. The video had many feeling the man's celebratory spirit.

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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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