Twitter users are already arranging John Boyega’s wedding to Thuso Mbedu

Even amid the pandemic known as load shedding, we should impart to South Africans our ability to find humor in every circumstance.

This week, British-Nigerian actor and producer John Boyega confirmed through Twitter that he will be in South Africa for the September 30 premiere of the hit film “The Woman King.”

“South Africa, we will see you soon,” Boyega added.

South Africa, we will see you shortly

— John Boyega (@JohnBoyega) September 22, 2022

Twitterati seems to have a fun day alerting Boyega about the national crisis of load shedding.

“Yay! Consider purchasing a UPS or generator, my brother. “Until next time,” tweeted @sivemabuya.

 

Yay! Consider purchasing a UPS or generator, my brother. See you soon

— Sivenathi Mabuya-Bukani (@sivemabuya) September 22, 2022

Bring your own electricity director, tweeted @TheFuture SA.

Bring your own power, captain pic.twitter.com/lUm2sxtsmD

September 22, 2022 — Future (@TheFuture SA)

“Do not enter this land as it is perpetually in the dark.

There is no water or electricity,” claimed @sewelankaana.

Don’t visit because the entire nation is perpetually in darkness.

no electricity and no water are available.

— SewelaNkoana (@sewelankoana) September 22, 2022

“Note: ha re na motlakase…”, tweeted @ShadyDuki.

Please note: ha re na motlakase… pic.twitter.com/ujoz75gISg

— Shady (@ShadyDuki) September 22, 2022

“@ThusoMbedu, kindly ask your American co-star to bring his diesel generator, as we are currently without power,” tweeted @mr sxllo.

Please inform your American co-star to bring his diesel generator, as we are currently without electricity.

September 22, 2022 — King QwaQwa TM (@mr sxllo)

Why load shedding? Thuso Mbedu interjected, “Every family has its own angithi.”

Why is there load-shedding? Every household has its own angthi.

— tnU§σ Mvє∂u (@ThusoMbedu) September 22, 2022

One Twitter user, however, was more concerned with if Boyega was traveling to South Africa to pay lobola for our golden girl Thuso Mbedu.

“I hope uzolobola uThuso, @ThusoMbedu, Sithungise (I hope you’re coming to pay Thuso’s lobola. Please inform us so we may plan our attire)

I hope that uzolobola uThuso, @ThusoMbedu will sit down?

— An International Media Giant. (@Ndamase Siya) September 22, 2022

Mbedu could not contain his laughter. Check out her response here.

pic.twitter.com/YpI7u2XaGX

— tnU§σ Mvє∂u (@ThusoMbedu) September 22, 2022

In a recent interview with GQ, “The Woman King” disclosed her preference for dating solely Black women. Boyega told GQ, “I only date Blacks.”

Twitter users have placed too much emphasis on Boyega and Mbedu’s friendship.

Examine these Twitter responses.

I am not being duped. pic.twitter.com/gyBeQhtb8v

— 𝐛𝐚𝐛𝐲 𝐠 (@LitSego) September 22, 2022

pic.twitter.com/DVLbr5pMf6

— 𝐛𝐚𝐛𝐲 𝐠 (@LitSego) September 22, 2022

“There’s also a beautiful woman named Thuso; she’s quite talented. And she’s appealing to the eye” JOHN!!!! pic.twitter.com/3KQHI5hgS6

— zahhhhh (@aegxnVI) September 22, 2022

Yes, I will require Thuso Mbedu and John Boyega to investigate this chemical. In addition, I would love it if Keke Palmer and Daniel Kaluuya could complete their program.

— Amo Helang (@Rakgadi Cool) September 18, 2022

Since its official world debut on September 16, “The Woman King,” starring Oscar winner Viola Davis and other local stars such former Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi and actor/comedian Siv Ngesi, has been making waves internationally, and Mzansi cannot wait for its turn.

“The Woman King” is based on historical events that occurred in The Kingdom of Dahomey, one of the most powerful states in Africa, during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Davis plays a general (Nanisca) in the film who prepares the next generation of warriors to combat their enemy.

Lashana Lynch, Sheila Atim, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Masali Baduza, Seputla Sebogodi, Thando Dlomo, and Makgotso Monyemorathoe star in the film, which was written and directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood and Dana Stevens.

Ster-Kinekor just announced that it will screen “The Woman King” during the Heritage weekend, prior to its official debut the following weekend.

Ster-Kinekor tweeted, “If your Heritage Day plans don’t include travelling to a Ster-Kinekor near you to see the most extraordinary female warriors to ever live, we frankly don’t want to hear about them!”

If your Heritage Day plans don’t include a trip to a nearby Ster-Kinekor to see the most remarkable female warriors in history, we just don’t want to hear about them! pic.twitter.com/GvBs9I0vDX

— Ster-Kinekor (@sterkinekor) September 20, 2022

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