PART 2: FAMOUS CELEBRITIES SPEAKING IN SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGE (AFRIKAANS) - YoutubeRandom

PART 2: FAMOUS CELEBRITIES SPEAKING IN SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGE (AFRIKAANS)

CHECK OUT PART ONE OF CELEBS SPEAKING AFRIKAANS: ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ https://youtu.be/jaGIp9XkPAE

HAVE A LOOK AT THIS LEKKER PLAYLIST ABOUT BEING SOUTH AFRICAN: http://bit.ly/beingsouthafrican

A COMPILATION VIDEO OF INTERNATIONAL STARS & FAMOUS PEOPLE SPEAKING ONE OF SOUTH AFRICA'S OFFICIAL LANGUAGES - AFRIKAANS.

Welkom by die official YouTube channel van skรชrtips/sarkasties!

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FEATURING:
00:38 - Charlize Theron
01:34 - Lesley-Anne Brandt
01:48 - Whoopi Goldberg
02:13 - Die Antwoord
02:35 - Keanu Reeves
03:01 - Nelson Mandela
04:05 - Jared Leto (30 Seconds to Mars)
04:38 - Ragga Ragnars
05:08 - Michael Klinger
05:44 - Seth Rogen & Charlize Theron
07:54 - Members of the South African Parliament
08:39 - Matt Damon
08:50 - Lesley-Anne Brandt
09:32 - Cyril Ramaphosa
10:05 - Charlize Theron
10:20 - Trevor Noah
10:57 - Oscar Pistorius
11:40 - Leonardo DiCaprio
12:40 - The YouTube British Boyband (Joe, Jim, Alfie, Marcus & Caspar Lee
13:07 - Loyiso Gola
15:03 - Neil Sandilands
16:56 - Charlize Theron
18:19 - Somizi
19:02 - Die Antwoord
19:27 - Adam Levin
20:55 - Rebel Wilson
22:30 - Mariah Carey
23:08 - Arnold Vosloo
23:54 - Madelaine Petsch
25:05 - Charlize Theron

CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO ABOUT SOUTH AFRICAN SLANG:
https://youtu.be/_YLIydhNZcE
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BEDERF JOUSELF MET 'N STUKKIE MERCH, 'N LEKKER HEMPIE NET VIR JOU! JOU ROWWE BLIKSEM. JY VERDIEN DIT ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ
http://bit.ly/sarkastiesklere
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INDIEN JY OPSOEK IS NA SOCIAL MEDIA BEMARKING VIR JOU OF JOU BESIGHEID EN HONDERDE DUISENDE MENSE WIL BEREIK, STUUR VIR ONS โ€˜N EPOS OF BOODSKAP NA: [email protected]

ONS HELP JOU OM DUISENDE MENSE TE BEREIK EN SAL VIR JOU โ€˜N VUURVARM BEMARKING VELDTOG AANMEKAAR SLAAN!

SOSIALE MEDIA INFORMASIE
https://webfluential.com/sarkasties
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http://bit.ly/skervideos
http://bit.ly/snaaksemusiek
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volg ons op ons sosiale media:

SKERTIPS/SARKASTIES
http://bit.ly/skersarkasties
https://www.facebook.com/skertips
https://www.instagram.com/sarkasties
https://twitter.com/skertips

Enige kommunikasie/navrae of besigheids geleenthede kan gestuur word na:
[email protected]

JACO SNYMAN
https://www.facebook.com/itsjustjaco
https://www.instagram.com/itsjustjakes
http://www.contractors.org.za/artists/artistdetail.php?artistid=126
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MUSIC CREDITS
Intro: Snotkop - Liefde Is In Die Lug
Outro: Fokofpolisiekar - Hemel Op Die Platteland
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skรชrtips / sarkasties is 'n Suid-Afrikaanse, Afrikaanse aanklyn platform,. wat mik om mense te laat LAG! Hierdie is ons YouTube channel. Ons maak komedie videos in Afrikaans.
Lekker South African YouTuber vibes!
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AS JY NOG BESIG IS OM HIERDIE KAK LANG DESCRIPTION TE LEES - LOS โ€™N COMMENT HIER ONDER WAT SรŠ " "
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Dankie, wenners!

Liefde,

Jakes

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