Tweets about #PoorBaba prove South Africans have no chill

2016-11-30 15:44

Cape Town - South Africans faced the unsurprising news on Tuesday that President Jacob Zuma's term in office had not come to an abrupt end. 

While some were disappointed that Zuma wasn't recalled at the ANC NEC, others decided to cope the only way they know how - by poking fun at the times Zuma appeared to be ignored in photographs.

On Wednesday, the hashtag #PoorBaba started trending on Twitter. 

Twitter users didn't hold back. Here are some of them:

And finally, Natasha Joesph says it best.

After all, if we can't laugh at our political situation, what can we laugh at?

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