- A hilarious video has been released on social media about load-shedding
- The song parodies Eminem's "Without Me"
- A group called The Kiffness released the video which was sung by one of the members David Scott
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A Cape Town-based group called The Kiffness has released a hilarious video parodying Eminem's "Without Me" and the subject is the return of the dreaded load-shedding to Mzansi.
Briefly.co.za discovered that the video features David Scott from the group with an Eskom logo stuck to his forehead as he sings the song in what appears to be his bedroom.
The Kiffness are not strangers to controversy and have taken on Woolworths over allegations of body shaming and festivals that don't pay the artists.
They have set their sights on Eskom as the news broke that load-shedding will be returning after the power utility announced that due to breakdowns and setbacks at the power utility, stage one load-shedding would be implemented.
Eskom has promised to do all it can to reduce the negative impact on South African's particularly the matriculants who are in the midst of their exams according to goodthingsguy.com.
David Scott has also poked fun at the #I'mstaying group with a parody on Twitter of a #I'mstaying member applying for his UK ancestral visa.
South African's have a special way of dealing with challenges in the country and it usually involves humour, a number of social media users have looked at the lighter side of load-shedding (if there is one).
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