‘THANK YOU, GOGO MAWENI, THANK YOU, QUEEN MOROKA’
Springboks’ fans celebrated England’s defeat on social media after a grueling Rugby World Cup semi-final clash on Saturday, 21 October.
South Africans stated that England’s late Queen Elizabeth must be turning in her grave after her country lost against the Boks and said that Generations fictional character Queen Moroka (played by Sophie Ndaba) emerged a better queen today.
While another fan thanked South African sangoma Gogo Maweni after the game as she’s better than England’s fictional character Harry Porter, who is a wizard.
Popular social media user @Yanga_Co also called Gogo Maweni the mother of the nation after England suffered another Rugby World Cup heartbreak.
Former ‘Generations’ actress Sophie Ndaba as Queen Moroka and England’s late Queen Elizabeth.
Former ‘Generations’ actress Sophie Ndaba as Queen Moroka and England’s late Queen Elizabeth. Images via Twitter @Mcclouds_Kay· and @Facebook @MzansiLatestCelebGroup
SPRINGBOKS FANS DRAG ENGLAND
@sizwe_tp: “Danko springboks tomorrow I’m having an English breakfast.”
Sportsbrodcaster Robert Marawa shared a picture of full English breakfast and tweeted: ” Bon Appétit……Here’s to a hearty English Breakfast in France in the morning!!”
@goolammv: “South Africa the champions of Africa. We carry the entire continent on our back. May God bless South Africa and it’s people.”