Mpho Modikoane is surely taking his profession to the streets he has no time to waste when it comes to his talent, the well known stand up comedian wore an outfit that looks like the ladies attire excesing kit. Because this pink can't be man's pink really he wore this outfit and went for a jog and took a picture of himself.
He posted the picture on Instagram and captioned it "if you want to look like your her, you must be willing to train like your hero". He even wore a ring to imitate the same picture of Kolisi that was captured of him taking a jog.
Here is the picture that he compared himself to when he posted on Instagram. Siyamthanda Kolisi is a South African professional rugby union player who is currently captains the South Africa national team and also plays club rugby for the Sharks in Super Rugby and Western Province in the Currie Cup. He is a man of enormous strength and energy.
Mpho only wanted to look more like his hero but some of the Instagram users commented that his choking himself.
Here are the few comments from Instagram as they made fun of how he looks and his attire.
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