A video skit that Lasizwe made after announcing a possible terror attack in South Africa has rubbed many up the wrong way.
South Africa has been warned to brace itself for possible terror attacks this weekend.
The news has shaken up all of Mzansi, and some significant events this weekend have either been cancelled or beefed up security to the max.
This is serious.
Social media has gone off since the news was announced on Tuesday, and many have been making funny videos about this situation, including Ladizwe Dambuza.
The multitalented Dambuza made a skit with his friend Moghelingz, a hot social media content creator.
“This will be us on Saturday. Come rain or shine, bomb or no bomb.”
The two are seen dancing up a storm in the video and looking like they are ducking bullets, and at the end, they act like they are watching the incident happen as they hold their alcohol in their hands and then run as the gunshots grow closer to them.
Lasizwe, as we all know, made his name on social media by making funny skits, and he became an icon, but the public is seriously unimpressed with this particular skit.
The comment section pointed out how unfunny the video is, and Lasizwe was dragged for being irresponsible and insensitive.
The video attracted so much negative attention and made Lasizwe a trending topic for most of Friday.
Famous social media accounts like @ChrisExcel asking if the video was supposed to be funny, maybe?
One user commented that he would never forgive social media for giving Lasizwe clout.
Lasizwe responded to the outrage and clarified that he was unphased by it.
“If you take Twitter people to heart, you will ruin your day. Tough Crowd.”
He supported this statement with a video montage of laughing people.
Lasizwe is not the only one who has been finding humour in this situation, but he is receiving criticism because of his social status and influence.
Many of his fans thought the video was funny and told the naySayers to calm down because it’s not that deep.
The country’s president has called the warning about these possible terror attacks unfortunate.
The country is taking note of the warning.
The weekend isiswillo be a busy one as well, with the Derby happening at Soccer city on Saturday. Fans of the biggest soccer clubs, Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs, have been preparing for months, and this has seriously put a damper on their plans.