Busted, Parliament version: Hilarious video of Zuma, Juju and Mbete left tweeps in stitches

Busted, Parliament version: Hilarious video of Zuma, Juju and Mbete left tweeps in stitches

Popular video editor and dub master Player1505 is at it again and this time he made a hilarious music video of Busted.

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Twitter was left in stitched after the newest video of Player1505 was shared online on Tuesday.

It featured former South African head of state Jacob Zuma, EFF leader Julius Malema and Baleka Mbete in parliament in a parody music video for the song Busted, which is sang by The Isley Brothers.

The video shows Zuma interrogating Mbete over her whereabouts, and accusing her of being unfaithful. Then Juju comes in singing 'busted' in between.

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Since being uploaded, the video gathered more than 32 000 views and 5100 downloads. It even caught the attention of the People's Bae, TshisaLIVE reported.

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi dubbed the video "very funny" and musician Ringo Madlingozi added his favourite part was Malema's.

The video gathered a massive reaction from tweeps, who could not stop laughing at it. Some even called the clip Player1505's best work.

Social media user @Its_Otee wrote, "man, I hope one day you'll be able to feed your kids off your craft and creativity. Raw, uncut, and authentic talent."

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