Tats Nkonzo does a hilarious rendition of Kurt Darren's anthem blunder

Tats Nkonzo does a hilarious rendition of Kurt Darren's anthem blunder

Comedian Tats Nkonzo joined the many people making fun of Kurt Darren and the way he messed up when singing the national anthem at a local rugby game. Tats shared a video of him singing the way he heard Kurt sing.

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Since Kurt Darren fuddled the national anthem's lyrics, it's like Mzansi can't stop joking about it.

While many think it's a disgrace, South Africans showed their unique sense of humour by poking fun at the situation.

Comedian Tats Nkonzo joined in on the fun and made a video, dedicated to the blunder and sharing what he heard when the Afrikaans singer messed up the words.

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As also reported on by TimesLIVE, Tats joked that Kurt's version of the anthem contained words like "Mmusi, bulungu and Thinus".

Check out Tats' hilarious video:

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Kurt really got roasted about his moemish, and it's certain the singer wishes he had been better prepared.

Although the singer says it's not a big deal, South Africans don't agree and feel he should have done the professional thing and known the song he was going to sing.

The fact that it's the country's national anthem made Kurt's blunder that much worse.

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Briefly.co.za reported that entertainer Somizi also joked about the singer's mistake, but added that he was happy that South Africans are taking Kurt to task.

"I like how South Africans are calling him to order. It is not a black or white thing, it is an SA thing."

For those who missed Kurt's error, here's a short clip of it, and SA reaction to it:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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