The Kiffness makes South Africans laugh with parody songs

The Kiffness makes South Africans laugh with parody songs

The Kiffness has gone viral during the lockdown for several parody songs and music videos - and we LOVE it!

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Earlier this month, Max Hurrell created a song using Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's speech about the banning of tobacco and The Kiffness helped by making the unofficial music video.

Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma pointed out that the smoking of 'zol' also promotes the spread of the coronavirus.

READ: Max Hurrell's 'When People Zol' remix of Minister Dlamini-Zuma's speech takes SA by storm

“When people zol, they put saliva on the paper, and then they share that zol." 

This gave South African DJ Max Hurrell the perfect chance to remix the audio into a catchy song, which has been widely spread by South Africans. The Kiffness then helped Hurrell to make the perfect music video - and we loved it!

The Kiffness has made several parody songs about the coronavirus. Watch some of it below: 

On Wednesday, Max Hurrell posted a screenshot on social media where he shared a tweet from Minister Dlamini-Zuma. 

In the tweet, Dlamini-Zuma asked: "Who is this Max Hurrell fellow? We just need to talk"

Hurrell replied to the tweet and said: "Hi there Minister. Please follow me so I can DM you my details!"

Do you think she likes the song?

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