- A South African man shared a few adorable pictures of his grandmother riding a bicycle
- @RudolfMosoma did not give any details about the images but people did not mind as they loved it
- The man shared the images to Twitter and captioned it with two red hearts; tweeps took to his comments section with their cute responses
A local man shared an adorable image of his grandmother. @RudolfMosoma shared three images of his gogo and her bicycle to Twitter recently and South Africans are loving it.
Rudolf did not give any content to the images he shared, he simply captioned it with two red hearts. Nevertheless, tweeps took to his replies section to share their reactions about his happy granny and her bicycle.
Although many Twitter users were impressed by @RudolfMosoma's grandma, others used the opportunity to make jokes.
This little baby becomes famous on the internet after reciting Nigerian states and capitals (see video)
Take a look at his original tweet below:
Take a look at some of the responses below:
"I don't know why but hai khona! Yes, there are plenty of health benefits to this but hai khona."
"Ncoo I love this."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian grandmother became an instant internet sensation with her “legwork” moves while dancing with her grandson.
In a video that went viral on social media, the elderly woman could be seen showing off her astounding dancing skills as her son cheered her on.
The clip in some way supports how very powerful pop culture is and the manner it has influenced so many parts of human lives.
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In other news, a little girl became very popular on Instagram after a video which showed her singing Master KG's Jerusalema went viral online.
With her shaky baby's voice, she sang the chorus rendered by Nomcebo in the song that has become a worldwide hit track.
It should be noted that a remix of the same song featured popular Nigerian artiste, Burna Boy, whose lines spiced up the track, pushing it more to a wider audience.
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