Generations Gaddafi’s ‘Twin’ Torches Storm On Social Media
In what others have concluded to be a separation at birth scenario, Abednico Mabaso is twisting necks on the streets and steering a storm on social media with his striking resemblance to Generations star, Vuyo Dabula.
Mabaso says his resemblance to the Generations star has caused people to turn heads whenever he roams the streets with some even calling him Vuyo.
Vuyo Dabula, or Gaddafi as he is known in the television series, portrays the character of a smart and always suited up diabolic thug.
Speaking to Daily Sun Abednico Mabaso said the subject of him looking like VuyoDabula was first brought up when he entered Mr Bushbuckridge pageant 2019.
Abednico Mabaso who is 27 years old hails from Mphenyatsatsi Village outside Bushbuckridge in Mpumalanga.
Gaddafi from Generations’ ‘Twin’ Abednico Mabasa breaks the internet
He said it was after he entered the pegeant that people really started noticing he looked like Vuyo Dabula.
“I started noticing the comments on our Facebook page where people were saying we might be brothers who were separated at birth. For a long time, I never thought I could be mistaken with one of the known celebrities,” he said.
Generations Gaddafi’s ‘Twin’ Abednico Mabaso said people now call him Gadaffi since he was crowned Mr Bushbuckridge. He doesn’t think he resembles Vuyo Dabula though
“I have looked myself several times in the mirror trying to figure out what people are saying about my look but I don’t think we are alike. But I guess everyone as people we do see things differently,”
Abednico said he doesn’t feel offended though when people call him Gaddafi since it’s not every day when someone can be called a star.
He said he’s never met Vuyo Dabula before but he hopes to take a picture with him so he can see if they really look alike.
“I now find this hilarious as people always ask me where is my elder brother? I have never met him before maybe one day I will meet him and take a pic with him just to see what people think.”
We have to admit we’re also waiting for that day when they meet.