A person's name forms part of their identity and that's how people will know you as. With that said a guy recently made a post on social about a new kota joint in Sandton but it was not the kota that had a lot of people's attention but his name. On Twitter he goes by the name Cryil Zuma. As you might know the current president of South Africa is Cyril Ramaphosa and the former before him is Jacob Zuma, so the guy's name is a combination of a name of one president and a surname of another. See the post he made on Twitter down below.
People commented under the post and had a lot of things to say. Someone commented and said "Don't ever run for president because you've already lost unless you change your name." Another person commented and said "Almost thought the past and future president reunited and formed one Twitter account." See the other comments people left under the post down below.
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