Social media reacts to Jacob Zuma tweet of him relaxing in a pool
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Social media reacts to former president Jacob Zuma relaxing in his swimming pool.
Former president Jacob Zuma seems to be living his best life. He set social media ablaze after tweeting a picture of him enjoying a swim with the title: 'Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" - Muhammad Ali.
“Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee” - Muhammad Ali pic.twitter.com/LBobo7DeLb— Jacob G Zuma (@PresJGZuma) March 31, 2019
Ubaba is the coolest...yazin,uhamba wedwa😅😄 pic.twitter.com/IhJ8T9FVLB— Khosy👑 (@khosiMajiza) March 31, 2019
Wife gets revenge when she sends husband shopping with a wrong list.
An American wife was tired of her husband sitting and watching TV while she was busy, so she sent him to the shops with a very difficult list to fulfil.
Elon Musk releases a single called RIP Harambe
Tech guru Elon Musk has social media going crazy after he released a new rap single called RIP Harambe.
Elon, which software did you use to record this?— MNA 〽️🙃🎶🎼💤💡✨ (@nathanielalam_m) March 31, 2019
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