On Monday, South African social media users were taken aback when UK publication Metro UK wrote an article about South Africa's DJ Black Coffee and they used the wrong picture!
To make matters worse, the article contains and embedded tweet from DJ Black Coffee's Twitter and said tweet has a picture of Black Coffee and Avicii - a friend and fellow DJ who recently passed away.
We don't know about you guys but the man in the header image looks nothing like Black Coffee. They would have been better off using a picture of DJ Ri Coffy.
😂😂Not fair....Closest thing to Black Coffee is Ricoffy pic.twitter.com/dZNePAd0wS— Themba (@staticthemba) April 23, 2018
As usual, South Africans were front, centre and battle ready to take on the publication which has yet to respond and if they were this lax in their approach, we highly doubt that they ever will respond. Check out the funniest tweets:
You guys in UK have your own Black Coffee? Nice— #DeffendYourOwnKind (@Zanemvula_) April 23, 2018
Leli Ngongongo u Black Coffee? Hebanna! pic.twitter.com/IMbk2a2Ktw— Beard is the new 6pack. (@thamintuli1982) April 22, 2018
He's black, he's a dj...must be black coffee. Publish— Faniswa Mavuso (@faniswa_mavuso) April 22, 2018
yt pipo😂😂 So we have a new black coffee now😂😂 pic.twitter.com/ZJEhWozBsB— Kogampondo (@aone_phele) April 21, 2018
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Main image credit: twitter.com