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Look what happened in Hillbrow. Video went viral [Watch]

Many people are reacting to a recent tragic film that has gone viral on the internet's entertainment circuit. There is no doubt that the residents of Hillbrow cannot be trusted in light of the prevalence of crime in the area, and this is undeniable confirmation of that. The man in the video was being pursued by two men at once while he worked the roads.

It is said that certain people routinely rise up and travel into town with the sole intention of murdering innocent bystanders and stealing their belongings.

Careful observation of the footage reveals that no one helped the victim because the doctors were too preoccupied coming up with innovative solutions to the problem. Since his cellphone and cash are useless in a foreign nation, they probably tried to steal them from him.

Many people are advised to always carry a weapon, as they are aware that many people will try to take advantage of them if they don't. Many users of virtual entertainment services have complained that the police don't seem as determined as they used to be, which has encouraged criminals to feel more at ease.

In light of the wrongdoing in South Africa, many people will undoubtedly state they have no interest in visiting the country.

We have no idea where we could hide away now that they realize their operations are succeeding only in South Africa. In the video, the victim tried to flee the scene of the crime, but his efforts were futile.

A pointless death like that, when we have paid guards to keep us safe, is really unsettling. Since we can't go wherever we want right now, some people have suggested that the police should help us get there. Those people have realized that life is not particularly challenging in South Africa, which explains their behavior.

Source: https://twitter.com/21_Be_Positive/status/1558888540162899974?t=SHOGomm_TnBuFAwby8Lkgg&s=19

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