- A video uploaded to Twitter by @mjabz_ shows him in bed as the bedding around him is engulfed in flames
- @mjabz_ stated that his ex-girlfriend started the fire but Saffas were more concerned about the fact that he calmly recorded instead of putting the fire out
- Confusion spread quick and the post gained over 88 000 views and hundreds of responses in just a day
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If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen - or in this case, get out of bed! @mjabz_ created quite the buzz in the Twittersphere as he comfortably records a blaze, seemingly using the wrath of his ex-girlfriend to warm himself.
The video has many South Africans puzzled at the calmness of @mjabz_. Could it be the shock of the ordeal or perhaps past experiences have built up his tolerance for heated situations?
Heading to Twitter to showcase the situation, @mjabz_'s post gained a ton of responses from confused Saffas.
With over 88 000 views and hundreds of comments on the clip, it seems @mjabz_ still could not provide a reason for why he just chilled in the fire.
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South African social media users are invested and want answers
"Birds of the same feathers wena le vrou."
"But why are you so chilled?"
"In her house, what are you doing at your ex’s house, why are you not extinguishing the fire? Who is crazy, your ex or you?"
"Apply your brain bra. You would rather take a video for the internet as opposed to putting out the fire?"
"You're taking a video instead of putting out the fire?"
"And you are chilling there recording nonchalantly..."
"Social media will ruin everything": Saffas vote to keep relationship drama offline
In other relationship news, Briefly News previously reported that Mzansi is known for being saucy, with the talk of fresh, new gossip never far from the prying ears of social media.
But this is because some peeps are very happy to head online to air their dirty laundry, letting all and sundry into their sheets to share in the activity within. Briefly News ran a question poll on Facebook, asking users to share their thoughts around whether they think it's wise to let others in on their relationship drama.
The post read:
"Do you think it's appropriate to share your relationship problems on social media? Why?"