South Africans were left stunned when a video of a man driving with a massive snake was posted on social media.
In the video, he stops and calms his snake down, which is on his windscreen in his black convertible, while a crowd of onlookers in a busy street pose and take videos.
Madoda & then? A whole Snake? pic.twitter.com/pSupeB3E7U
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) April 6, 2021
Tweeps react to the video
There are varying opinions of what could be happening in the video; these are some of the reactions from people who have seen the video online:
Ukuthwala””” “” it’s a popular practice in Black communities https://t.co/QTD7Bxbkl2
— Spavtoks (@spavtoks) April 7, 2021
Yho this guy.we once washed this car at a petrol station on the N1 yhoo he was bragging. About how we mess his paint.mxm we told him we usually wash ferraris 2020 models too he cnt come up with shit.thats a old model to brag about.we also washed a bmx x6 infront of him.we got 300
— Bonisile Bonzai (@BonzaiBonisile) April 7, 2021
East London pic.twitter.com/YDUEFzEfqd
— Fonqo_22 (@Fonqo22) April 7, 2021
There have been a lot of conversations in the past few months about snakes and what people use them for.
In November 2020 Jackie Phamotse started the conversation about how she believes the rich and famous attain their wealth and fame through having snakes in their homes.
She took to her Instagram Stories with a viral video in which she accused some celebrities in the entertainment industry of using “snakes” and “witchcraft” to achieve success.
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