These guys’ FUNNY reaction to Plett Rage being CANCELLED

These guys simply got here right here for a jol! A number of younger males, presumably matriculants, are profitable the South African web with their reaction to Plett Rage being cancelled. A brief clip of them being interviewed on the venue is doing the rounds on social media and South Africans with their sense of humour, are completely loving it!

Plett Rage: ‘Okes came to party’

Well, somebody managed to file a TV interview the boys did with eNCA on the venue for Plett Rage. The “okes” specific their disappointment with Plett Rage being canned, particularly forking out hundreds of rands for the four-day fiesta. The guys informed the broadcaster that they had simply completed going for a swim – not lengthy after arriving for the occasion, once they discovered it was referred to as off.

Here’s some background: Plett Rage was set to start on Friday, 3 December and finish on Tuesday – however on the final minute, organisers of the occasion determined to pull the plug, citing quite a lot of optimistic COVID-19 circumstances. Rage is taken into account the mom of all events for matriculants – they groove for days on finish as a celebration for ending highschool. The cancellation of Plett Rage comes as Balito Rage was additionally referred to as off after 36 folks contracted COVID-19.

At the time, organisers mentioned it might nonetheless proceed, supplied that these attending can show they had been vaccinated and ready to produce a adverse COVID-19 check. But all that modified after faculties that had been set to attend Plett Rage had optimistic circumstances.

“Although we, as organisers, have implemented the most stringent Covid-19 preventive measures, there was no way to pre-empt the devastation that the current surge of Covid-19 cases nationally would cause. The system we put in place regarding pre and on-site testing was our safety net to know what was happening prior to opening. To those who tested positive, thank you for letting us know.”

Plett Rage organisers

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