South Africans were left shocked after President Cyril Ramapohsa lost his cool in Parliament and told the DA's John Steenhuisen to "shut up"
As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Ramaphosa made headlines when he told the DA's Chief Whip to "shut up" after he constantly interrupted the president.
Ramaphosa was speaking about different countries that could be viewed as examples for land reform, however he cut himself off to tell the house he wanted Steenhuisen to be quiet before telling him to his face to shut up.
Now, Max Hurrell went on to create an epic remix of the incident in Parliament that led to the South African head of state losing his cool.
Hurrell is known to create the eyebrow-raising parliamentary activity into catchy remixes. He previously remixed the EFF leader, after Juju questioned whether some members of parliament was sober. However, the video was later removed from Facebook.
He also targeted former president Jacob Zuma after he struggled to pronounce a large number. This time he focused on the new head of state.
The video instantly went viral, reaching over 139 000 views and 3100 shares within less than a week.
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