Dlamini-Zuma reaches out to 'Zol' hit maker: "Just need to talk"

Dlamini-Zuma reaches out to 'Zol' hit maker: "Just need to talk"

- Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma sent a message to Max Hurrell online and he responded

- The minister said she just wanted to talk to the music producer

- Hurrel is the mastermind behind the remixed Zol song

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Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has heard the viral Zol song that Max Hurrell produced and she wants to meet him.

Taking to social media, the Minister of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs told Hurrell she just wants to "talk".

She wrote on Twitter:

“Who is this Max Hurrell fellow? We just need to talk."

Take a look at the minister's post below:

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The song was made after Dlamini-Zuma changed her mind on the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products last month.

During her speech, Zuma's ex-wife explained how Covid-19 could spread through smoking marijuana.

She said:

“When people zol, they put saliva on the paper, and then they share that zol."

The producer responded to Dlamini-Zuma's message, writing:

"Hi there minister. Please follow me so I can DM you my details!"

South Africans reacted to Dlamini-Zuma and Hurrell's interaction online.

Twitter user, @Ayola_M, commented:

"You’re a superstar Max."

Moabi Martin Moabi, who goes by the Twitter handle @Oabs_, added:

"You are a star mate."

Elmar coetzee, @itsellie77, wrote:

"Dr Max Hurrell Minister of Music."

Take a look at the video below:

Briefly.co.za previously reported a hilarious video making fun of Dlamini-Zuma's speech has been shared on social media.

The video was shared on Facebook by The Kiffness, who is known for his parodies. It left Mzansi social media users in stitches. We could definitely all do with a laugh during these trying times.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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