Sounds like a Tel Avivian to me. Notice that in a Tel Aviv (or "tzfoni") accent the tav sound sounds a bit like the zz in pizza. So it sounds a bit like "azzem khayavim lishmo'a etzzeh".
I'm exaggerating a bit, but you're likely to hear this kind of pronunciation in certain areas. Think of it as Israel's answer to valley girls.
And let's not forget the people of Jerusalem's weird way of pronouncing מאתיים, and their different words for things. The special accents were usually related to country of origin, which was sometimes correlated with where you live in Israel. Kibutzniks had a thicker Ashkenazi accent than city folk because the kibutzim were more uniformly Ashkenazi than any city, and before the mass Russian immigration the עיירות פיתוח had a Moroccan accent.
But of course with mass media things are converging.