Eskom Cuts Power on Mzansi Woman Grooving at Home Because of Strict Christian Parents, Mzansi Lol

Eskom Cuts Power on Mzansi Woman Grooving at Home Because of Strict Christian Parents, Mzansi Lol

  • Grooving at home because her strict Christain parents won't let her out, Eskom smashed her solo vibe
  • TikTok user @sinokuhle_unam02 shared a video of herself dancing in the lounge when suddenly the lights went out
  • Mzansi peeps were defeated by the video and took to the comments to have a good laugh at the situation

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Dreaming of the day she could groove in something other than her PJs, this lady recorded her party for one, and Eskom made it that much funnier when they thrust darkness upon her.

Loadshedding ends woman's solo groove
This lady shared a video of herself dancing in the lounge with her mom, chilling on the couch when suddenly the lights went out. Image: TikTok /@sinokuhle_unam02
Source: TikTok

Not being able to go out is one thing, but then having loadshedding ruin the bit of fun you are actually allowed to have; now that is a total mood killer.

Hilarious video shows Eskom cutting the lights on a woman's solo groove

TikTok user @sinokuhle_unam02 was recording a video of her solo groove as her strict Christian parents do not allow her to leave the house and party, and suddenly the screen went black. Sis forgot loadshedding was about to hit, and it added another layer of humour to the clip.

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Take a look at this unplanned priceless moment:

South African people cry laugh at the sudden blackout

Loadshedding made this video! People couldn’t help but laugh in the comments as everyone is suffering the struggle. Ah, the beauty of Mzansi is that we laugh at things like loadshedding, which we have little to no control over.

Read some of the comments:

Lerato said:

“Mama is so unbothered... as long as she can see you.”

Thandosiphamla laughed:

“Mom’s internal prayers were answered with that loadshedding”

Zwelethun said:

“She knew Cyril was going to come through sana”

Siya.Hope❤️♓️ chuckled:

“Electricity was like ‘you thought you I was feeling you? You thought you ate?’ Lemme show you a real vibe but it’s fine we forgive Cyril”

Norma loved it:

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“You’re such a vibe❤️”

TikTok of little girl's reaction to loadshedding despite her mom warning her several times has Mzansi amused

In related news, Briefly News reported that even though we've been living with loadshedding for over a decade, it still surprises many South Africans when the lights go off.

One little girl was still surprised when the TV went off while watching her favourite cartoon show - even after her mother warned her about loadshedding several times before the power went off, LOL.

A video posted by Candice Stanley shows her warning her toddler daughter, Emily, about five times that it was almost time for loadshedding.

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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:

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