Mzansi Woman Married to US Man Tries to Get Him to Say Traditional Name, TikTok Video Has People Lol

Mzansi Woman Married to US Man Tries to Get Him to Say Traditional Name, TikTok Video Has People Lol

  • A Mzansi woman married to a US man is stressed about giving their future babies SA traditional names
  • The woman shared a TikTok video showing her man trying to pronounce one of the names she likes
  • Mzansi people couldn't help but laugh at the man struggling and loved the couple's vibes

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Some South Africans, let alone an American, find it hard to pronounce traditional names. A Mzansi woman recorded her US bae trying to enunciate a traditional name she'd like to name their future child, and his attempts are hilarious.

TikTok user @dalton.aint.worried and her USbae
A Mzansi woman is struggling with her US pronouncing traditional manes. Image: TikTok / @dalton.aint.worried
Source: TikTok

English-speaking Mzansi citizens have to check themselves before saying some names, so you can imagine what a tongue twister it is for someone from the US, where language is literally worlds apart.

TikTok of US man trying to pronounce traditional Mzansi name goes viral

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A woman from Mzansi moved to the US and married an American man. With hopes of having babies in the future, the woman is slowly training her man to pronounce the names she'd like to give their children.

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Sharing a video of her husband trying his best, the woman had no choice but to walk away as she was fighting a losing battle.

Take a look:

Mzansi citizens laugh at man's sweet attempts, saying he'll get there

This video warmed hearts as Mzansi people love seeing cultures merge. The man will get there, but his mispronunciation makes for some funny content for now.

Read some of the comments:

@mmathuloramolefe said:

“The switch between South African and American accent. I was not ready."

@Reabetswe Radebe said:

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“Imagine he's mad at the kids and he's struggling to pronounce their names...”

@Phindile_PVS said:

“I have one of the easiest South African names but chii it's butchered by vhalungu. The trauma that comes with our names being mispronounced.”

Mzansi woman's love story that started in DMs gives people hope in relationships, Twitter post goes viral

In other news, Briefly News reported that @mckobola posted about her flourishing relationship on Twitter. She celebrated being with her husband for five years, marking the occasion with four pictures.

The woman, through her snaps, shared that her relationship with her bae started in the DMs. They have since gotten married and had a baby. Their modern-day romance made people believe they could meet their soulmates on social media.

People congratulated the woman on her beautiful family in the comments. Some ladies jokingly said they would no longer ignore their DMs because they wanted to meet their husbands.

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