- A video of a young man singing his heart out outside a taxi has been doing the rounds on social media
- The clip shows the gent singing in a harmonious voice about how he needs God’s intervention concerning his drinking
- His impressive performance made quite an impression among Mzansi netizens, who showered him with compliments
Many people love having a good time, and sharing a few cold ones as well is very common to add to the vibe. One man, however, went as far as remixing a gospel song asking God to help him deal with his drinking problem.
A video shared by TikTok user @vusynova shows the man belt out his melodic voice outside a taxi full of entertained passengers.
In his Xhosa song, he asks God to help him stop drinking alcohol because he drinks from Monday to Friday, and it gets even worse on Saturday and Sunday.
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His audience was evidently enthralled by his performance and so were several Mzansi netizens who showed that talented man love in the comments section of the TikTok post.
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“Waiting for the full song.”
“If kungakho umntu onodibanisa lomjita with music producer's angaya kude lomjita his voice is so good he reminds me of Dumi Mkokstad.”
“Let's all agree that Xhosas can sing. Wow.”
“Yho his voice bethuna.”
“Wooow this guy can sing, he reminds me of the late Lundi.”
“He should be on 'Idols'.”
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