Jessica We Are Live!!! Newsreader Goes Viral With Bizarre Live Discussion!
Photo Cred: Twitter

Jessica we are live!!!


Namibia (10 June 2021) – ‘Jessica we are live’ is set to become the new go-to saying in Southern Africa when someone is doing something wrong, especially while people are watching.

This after a newsreader got told off by Jessica – a sports journalist – who didn’t like her introduction and wanted it done a different way, all while the newsroom was actually live.

Social media collectively cringed and jumped onto the meme-wagon on Wednesday morning after the clip started going viral.

You can watch it here:

Jessica is currently the number 2 hashtag on Twitter. Here are some of those hilarious tweets:

Sources: Twitter 
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