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Themba-Robin is back with another brilliant skit about real South African problems and this time he ends his hilarious skit with an important message.

 

Johannesburg, South Africa (05 May 2021) – Themba-Robin first burst onto our screens in 2020 when he shared a hilarious video about the lockdown. Now he is back with a skit that highlights the awkward encounters with car guards.

Themba-Robin has been sharing some great content and his latest video has a really important message. Pay your car guard. Or at least get them something to drink or snack on while you are at the shop.

Themba is a talented funny guy, voice artist and actor, if he seems familiar, that is because you will have recognised him from a few popular adverts.

Themba-Robin ends the video off by encouraging people to support car guards, you can see the full video via Facebook here. This ties in well with a recent, viral post we shared about a couple that lost everything and became car guards. They explained that if a person cannot give them a tip or a bite to eat, that human decency and respect goes a long way.

Take a look at Themba’s video below and remember to think of the car guards next time you head to the shops.

@thembarobin##onlyinsouthafrica Will people try avoid the ##carguard ##mzanzicomedy ##southafrica ##comedy ##foryoupage♬ original sound – user2253591623155


Sources: Themba-Robin – Supplied
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