Must Watch: The difference between Woolworths, Pick n Pay & Shoprite Cashiers

The “ek sal jou Doom” guy is back!

 

Thulasizwe Dambusa is trending again, but this time for his representation of cashiers in different stores in South Africa.

Dambuza known professionally as Lasizwe Dambuza – is a South African Comedian, Television Personality, Radio host and actor. The social media star has made a big name for himself in South Africa by creating and posting hilarious video skits based on current affairs, he is also young brother to Khanyi Mbau but has never used this to boost his platform.

The 20-year-old also known as Babes Wamaleyvels by his 350 000 followers says he started using humour to fight negativity when he was attacked because of his sexuality at school.

“One thing I learnt is that people don’t listen when the message is straight forward. When you implement humour and combine it with serious issues, someone will laugh about it and tell another person, then it becomes a topic.”

The social media star went viral in 2016 following the news of the Doom Pastor, a self-proclaimed prophet who sprayed Doom insecticide into his congregants’ faces, Dambusa posted a video in which he said he would “doom” negative people out of his life.

This time round, Dambuza has found himself in the top trending videos of the weekend after uploading “The difference between Woolworths, Pick n Pay & Shoprite Cashiers”.

Watch the hilarious video below:


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