Watch: Khanyi And Somizi Spice Up #IfDAWins Hashtag


To poke fun at the Democratic Alliance (DA) Twitter users came up with the #IfDAWins hashtag. The hashtag was followed by some hilarious fears and ideas people had about what life will look like if DA wins most municipalities.

See: Twitter Users Having A Field Day With Hashtag #IfDAWins, See Tweets

The DA is currently making gains in the recent local government election results. In fact, they are threatening to take the metros from the ruling party.

However, some South Africans fear that if the DA dominates, life will drastically change especially for the black people. Thus, they took to social media to share their fears under the #IfDAWins hashtag.

Countless posts have come under the hashtag over the last 24 hours, making it one of the most popular on Twitter.

Meanwhile, some local celebrities who bought the idea contributed to the charade by sharing some of the funniest posts.

However, Khanyi Mbau and Somizi decided to spice it up a little. They created their own hilarious scenarios of what will happen #IfDAWins.

Radio jock Somizi posted a video of himself on Instagram on Thursday night. He created a scene of what popular SABC 3 lifestyle show Top Billing will be like after elections, giving it a nice twist of Afrikaans. And guess what? He nailed it.

Top billing after the elections results.

A video posted by Somizi (@somizi) on

On the other hand, Khanyi was more concerned about the kind of songs that will be trending if the DA wins. Though she doesn’t fear that the 90 percent local music quota might change, but the genre of music might.

“Seeing that it’s 90% local… Songs we are going to sing after the elections,” she wrote alongside this hilarious video.

Seeing that it's 90% local… Songs we r going to sing after the elections @somizi #💡

A video posted by Khanyi Mbau METANOIA (@mbaureloaded) on

See: Singer Simphiwe Dana Makes A Wake Up Call As DA Sweeps Votes

As the DA claims victory over Nelson Mandela Bay, the party leader Mmusi Maimane offered to negotiate with other parties about forming a coalition.

However, Maimane ruled out the ANC from any possible coalition in the Bay.

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