It's elections time and any member of a political party is busy campaigning for votes. They campaign in different ways, currently they are doing door to door visits to convince members of the community to vote for them and promise them something that they will do after they vote for them.
This group of ANC ( African National Congress) members were campaigning in a certain community, people noticed something from one of the members and it caused a stir on the comment section.
The type of pants he was wearing turned him into a laughing stock.
Hammer pants are customized/modified baggy pants tapered at the ankle with a sagging rise made suitable for hip-hop dancing. They were popularized in the 1980s and 1990s by American rapper MC Hammer. Wikipedia
Tweeps couldn't stop laughing at his pants, some thought that he is just fooling around, he needs attention and other said that he doesn't take the community serious. However some didn't see anything wrong with his pants.
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