TikTok Video Shows US Man Sneaking a Peak at Ramaphosa’s Home in Cape Town, Says You’d Get Cuffed in America

TikTok Video Shows US Man Sneaking a Peak at Ramaphosa’s Home in Cape Town, Says You’d Get Cuffed in America

  • A man from America was shocked to be able to walk past a president's home without security beefing up
  • TikTok user @brashaad_mayweather shared a video of Ramaphosa's home in Cape Town, expressing his disbelief
  • Mzansi people let the man in on some other details about his various homes and life before the presidency

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One man from the US was casually walking past president Cyril Ramaphosa’s home in Cape Town and decided to snap a quick video. It was thrilling as he would have never been able to do this back home.

TikTok user @brashaad_mayweather shared a video of Ramaphosa’s home in Cape Town, expressing his disbelief
TikTok user @brashaad_mayweather shared a video of Ramaphosa’s home in Cape Town, expressing his disbelief. Image: Getty Images
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Mzansi presidents are a lot more laid back than in other parts of the world. Unlike US presidents who don't even grocery shop, you are likely to run into SA presidents in public.

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TikTok video shows sneaky video US man took of Ramaphosa’s home in Cape Town

TikTok user @brashaad_mayweather was thrilled to have been able to snap a quick video of Ramaphosa's home in Cape Town without getting jumped by security.

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The man explained that if you did this to a US resident, security would be pouncing from every angle.

Take a look:

Mzansi has a good laugh at the Cyril resident's TikTok video

The people of Mzanis had a chuckle at the man's amazement, dropping all sorts of exciting facts about uncle Cyril's other homes around SA.

Read some of the comments:

@Sibusiso Moyo said:

“He has another in Hyde Park, uncomfortably close to Julias Malema's ”

@user4861850887179 said:

“I see everyone is commenting on how they know the house, well I'm a nanny there”

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@Chad Kennedy said:

“People don't realise the president has been rich as hell before becoming president.”

@Iggz said:

“Very different from Nkandlathe two men clearly have different characters I guess”

@Baud Spencer said:

“The Zimbabwean in me is SHOOK! We can’t even look towards State House, imagine a whole phone and greeting the guards ”

@KiingDre said:

“He had his money already...man was living the good life before becoming president.”

Gayton McKenzie causes controversy for saying "illegal immigrants"" shouldn't call for Ramaphosa's resignation

In other news, Briefly News reported that Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie has topped the trending list for controversial comments about foreign nationals living in South Africa.

The Central Karoo mayor criticised illegal immigrants for calling for the resignation of President Cyril Ramaphosa during the EFF's national shutdown.

McKenzie posted a video of a man he claimed was an illegal immigrant participating in the march on Monday, 20 March.

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.