Feeling a little blue this Monday? You're guaranteed to feel a lot better as soon as you see what former ANC spokesperson Carl Niehaus and former finance minister David "Des" van Rooyen got up to this weekend.
The two were supporting President Jacob Zuma ahead of his OR Tambo memorial lecture in Kagiso near Krugersdorp on Sunday, and their dance moves left many in stitches. Some even questioned whether Niehaus was dancing to the same song the president was singing...
Look at that white fraudster jumping off tune while attempting a toyi-toyi pic.twitter.com/Cutx9HREvu— #SinuousLinesDesign (@Sentletse) November 5, 2017
— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) November 5, 2017
And people are not coping.
what is he doing??? pic.twitter.com/pbTzwJAQKe— Tinyiko Mpenyana (@tinyiko_tim) November 6, 2017
Ohhhh dear they're on fire..😂😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/2qzRMb5rVE— Dave Thipe (@DaveThipe) November 5, 2017
A ya kwini yena? 😂😂— Floyd Nkuna (@AmuFloyd) November 5, 2017
😂😂😂😂 lmao why am only finding out about this video now 😂😂 Yena aya kwini? pic.twitter.com/sX7jOkuxlU— Felicity Knows 👑 (@Felicity_M2) October 28, 2017
Loosely translated, the phrase yena a ya kwini, much circulated and memed on social media after Bhuti July's outburst, means where was he/she going?Suggest a correction