LISTEN: Vlogger takes a stab at what different Mzantsi lingos sound like

Ta Fire (Siyabulela Deli) posted a satirical vlog illustrating what different 'Sefrican' languages sound like...and it is hilarious.

Azania plays the audio of the video created by Ta Fire where he imitates Afrikaans, 'Coloured' and Xhosa accents in the way it must sound to those who do not speak the language.

Azania says she found it so funny she cried with laughter and asked listeners if they found it funny or offensive.

Listeners called in saying it was indeed highly entertaining, and sometimes a light-hearted take on stereotypes can be just a good laugh one needs at the end of a long hard week.

Take a listen and see what you think:

Catch Ta Fire's vlog of this satire on SA languages below:


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