TikTok Video of 2 Sisters Crashing Party and Eating at Random House Has SA Laughing: “My Mom Would Beat Me”

TikTok Video of 2 Sisters Crashing Party and Eating at Random House Has SA Laughing: “My Mom Would Beat Me”

  • A video shows sisters claiming that they raided a party, and it looked like their the time of their lives
  • In the video, the two ladies look like they were having fun after randomly walking into a celebration
  • Many people thought the video was relatable as they have done the same, especially when they were younger

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A video of two women attending an event was interesting. The sisters made a vlog out of their gate-crashing experience.

TikTok video of two sisters at party with no invite
A TikTok video shows how two sisters went to a party without an invite and enjoyed it. Image: @mphoentlekgafela
Source: TikTok

People enjoyed the party video content as it received over 73 000 likes. There were thousands of comments from people who shared their own stories about crashing parties uninvited.

Two sisters get 400 000 views after gate-crashing a party

@mphoentlekgafela, and her sister noticed there was a party at a random house, so they joined in. The two simply walked in and were offered food. Watch the video below to see how the two partied with strangers.

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South Africans relate to sisters gate-crashing a party in their neighbourhood

People love to see funny videos by content creators. Others shared their own stories about how they had similar experiences going to parties without an invite.

_ lwandi!!_ said:

"3 pieces of chicken at a event you don't even know nizofa guys."

Mpho wrote:

"My kids did this once. Came back home ka di party pack and face painting."

Sedi commented:

"In Limpopo we even ask for 2litre cold drink and scones when we leave."

francesnicole4437 added:

"We spent hours trying to find my baby sister only to find her 3 streets away at a wedding sitting next to the bride &groom eating."

DineoN remarked:

"My mom would beat me for 40 days and 40 nights."

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Michelle was aumsed:

"I once did this and my dad saw me."

Ndi! reminisced:

"When I was still at varsity my roommate and I would look for churches that have functions on weekends. We even attended Indians events."

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Briefly News previously reported that a toddler was dancing, and the video went viral. Twitter users were beside themselves after seeing her epic performance.

Many people had ideas about why the little kid was dancing so passionately. Netizens came up with hilarious scenarios.

In an adorable video by @MissManjo, a little girl gives it her all as she entertains guests at a family gathering. In the video, the child looks like she was dedicated to giving the best performance.

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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