Fikile Mbalaula throws serious shade at Skhumba at Somizi's roast

Fikile Mbalaula throws serious shade at Skhumba at Somizi's roast

The roast of Somizi was apparently very eventful, and despite having to wait until 7 May for it to air, a few moments had been released to give fans a glimpse of what’s in store.

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As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Somizi was slammed over his relationship with fiancé Mohale Motaung.

The South African Idols judge was called a cradle-snatcher and he was then asked if he was planning on buying Motaung a car seat.

Although the show was about roasting Somizi, the roasters could not help but slam each other.

Comedy Central released a clip of former police minister Fikile Mbalula throwing some serious shade at his fellow roasters, including Skhumba.

The video shows Fikile talking about people questioning why he was there, to which he answered he was not there for the pay check like the others.

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Tweeps found his skit hilarious, adding everything he says is always funny.

“@Don_Varocious mans is too much,”, one tweep wrote, while another added “I don't really care what Mbaweezy said, everything that man says is hilarious... .”

It makes sense they would include Mbalula in the show- seeing as politicians just love roasting one another, especially on social media.

Briefly.co.za previously reported, Mbalula and Mmusi Maimane fired shots at each other on Twitter after the DA leader praised late apartheid judge Ramon Leon.

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