First it was a drunk Cyril Ramaphosa look alike that was spotted in a local pub. Now, Nelson Mandela has his own body double or twin that is still alive. However, South Africans think it is him rather than someone who looks like our former president.
On Facebook, one user posted a picture of what looks like Nelson Mandela taking pictures with ANC followers in broad daylight.
South Africans insist that he is still alive which is absurd to many if not all people with a little bit of intelligence.
Here is the reactions the picture got :
The Mandela look alike (Pictured, Courtesy of Facebook)
One user by the name “Sbu”, posted this controversial picture of the look alike that caused a stir in the comments.
This user displayed his shock after finding these pictures and sharing them with his friends to see.
The first user immediately said, “that is Mandela” without second guess while others kept asking if it was really him.
“He rose from the dead”, one user commented sarcastically. South Africans are confused and asking themselves questions, while some claim this is Nelson's long lost brother or someone linked to the family of fighters.
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