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This Video of ‘Dear White People’ Cast Trying South African Languages is Hilarious

Watch Logan Browning, Marque Richardson and Antoinette Robertson try some IsiZulu phrases.

Season 2 of the Netflix series Dear White People is upon us. To celebrate the start of the new season, which went live on the 4th of May, a few members of the series appear on a video trying out some popular South African phrases, most of them in IsiZulu.


Logan Browning, Marque Richardson and Antoinette Robertson try to pronounce and guess the meanings of words and phrases such as "haibo!," "bhek' indaba zakho," "umlungu," "gatvol," among others.

They even try to use the words in sentences reacting to everyday scenarios.

Watch the full video below.

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A-Reece Shares A New Song ‘MORNING PEACE’ From His Upcoming Mixtape

Listen to A-Reece's new song 'MORNING PEACE' featuring Jay Jody.

A-Reece has let loose yet another song from his upcoming mixtape Today's Tragedy, Tomorrow's Memory. "MORNING PEACE" features Jay Jody (you might know him as PJay), one half of the duo B3nchMarQ and A-Reece's brother.

"MORNING PEACE" is a song in which the two rap about the desire for morning peace in the context of a romantic relationship. "I don't wanna wake up to no drama early morning again/ I'd rather wake up to you naked," raps A-Reece on the song's hook.

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