- South African men are challenging the perception of masculinity
- Men across the nation have been donning weaves and sharing their selfies
- This all formed part of the #MenWithWeaves challenge that's currently trending via social media
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Mzansi's men are taking a stand and questioning the perceived reality of what being a man really means.
To some, even the thought of being metrosexual is inconceivable, but times have certainly changed.
In light of this, the #MenWithWeaves challenge seems to have taken off in a big way and YEN.com.gh noted that it's been trending via Twitter.
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Many local men have been participating by donning weaves and taking hilarious selfies.
The assumption is that they've been borrowing the hairpieces from lovers or family members, but some have pulled it off like true pros.
Most have welcomed the challenge and seen the funny side.
YEN.com.gh has included some of the most eye-catching photos here. The above photoshopped image of the EFF leader Julius Malema is one of my personal favourites.
One could argue that the challenge has taken off as a result of the nationwide lockdown.
South Africans have been trying to kill time during the day and a perfect example of this took place when a couple pranked a garbage collector.
The poor municipal worker got the fright of his life when he tried collecting one of the refuse bags.
In other news, Alan Youngblood of Granbury in Texas, who was diagnosed with West Nile Virus has detailed how he recovered from the disease with no known antidote.
The Granbury resident recounts that while in ICU on June 24, 2010, he was dying and remained unconscious with a fever of 104 and a heart rate of 38 that was falling.
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