A clip of the late Johannesburg Mayor, Jolidee Matongo, is currently making trending on Twitter. In the video, Matongo is spotted with "slay queens" dancing and singing along to Amapiano songs. The "stocko" are helping themselves to some alcohol and none of the girls in the vehicle was spotted or seen wearing a safety seat belt, including the late mayor Matongo. The car was traveling in a very high speed. Matongo's behavior was irresponsible and reckless according to Black Twitter. In another video the mayor is spotted dancing surrounded by some drunk ladies who are cheering and clapping at him.
The video trending on social media had been received with mixed emotions, seeing people calling the late mayor a partime Blesser. Speculation is rife that officials in the ANC have adopted the culture of being Blessers from 1994. "I thought maybe during RAMAPHOSA's term things would change," a Twitter user remarked. The video is showing a normal person having a good time of his life and enjoying.
People who made all the criticism are distant people, some never met the person but judging him with that video, Matongo, some of the people who were close to him have described Matongo as a kind hearted and God Fearing brother. Matongo will be buried today. Mmapula will share whatever transpires at the funeral with you. Stay glued and stay informed.
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