The Kiffness shares Jerusalema parody of Juju following Clicks saga

The Kiffness shares Jerusalema parody of Juju following Clicks saga

- Popular parody video maker, The Kiffness, has shared another controversial parody clip of Julius Malema following the Clicks saga

- In the clip, based on 'Jerusalema', The Kiffness makes several references to Julius Malema's method of dealing with certain issues SA faces, such as damage done during the Clicks protests

- Fans and followers of The Kiffness liked the video nearly 16 000 times and left nearly 3 000 comments on their feelings about Juju beneath the post

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Parody video creator, The Kiffness, has just shared a new parody clip in which he portrays the EFF's Julius Malema. In the clip, The Kifness mentions a lot of controversial issues South Africa is currently facing such as gender-based violence, brutal farm killings and corruption.

In the Jerusalema-themed parody, The Kifness can be heard saying:

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"Julius Malema, interesting fella, he will fight for your hair, but he doesn't care about you or me or corruption or GBV or farm murders, but pharmacies beware, don't sell shampoo for frizzy hair, or you'll get cancelled by Julius Malema."

He then touches on the fact that Julius Malema might have expected the Clicks manager to be white, however it turns out, according to The Kiffness, the person is black. Thereafter, he questions whether the ad would still be considered racist.

His lines after that speak about how even though Clicks issued an official apology, suspected EFF members still went and damaged their property.

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Towards the end of his sad yet hilarious video, The Kiffness, who looks visibly fed-up, can be heard asking, "Where's the police because Mzansi's crazy." In the final seconds of the clip, he also shares a short message in which he explains that he is using his right to express himself and that he believes all hair "should be celebrated".

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He then says that he does not intend for the video to incite violence and encourages viewers to take it up with the Human Rights Commission if they think it does. In the meantime, the video racked up nearly 16 000 likes and over 3 000 comments, some of which you can view below.

Igal Teri Abergel said:

"Absolutely brilliant! On your part, NOT EFF! Love the disclaimer at the end, WTH is this stupid country getting to NEXT? Bloody hell! Btw, also enjoyed all your other vids, very creative, and accurate! Continue forth."

Tarryn Rae said:

"Brilliant! Missed your parodies lately! Please don't ever stop."

While Muller Swart had this to say:

"I’m with you. Well done!"
The Kiffness shares Jerusalema parody of Juju following Clicks saga

The Kiffness and Julius Malema. Source: Facebook/The Kifness x Twitter/JuliusSMalema
Source: Facebook

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Julius Malema and his party, the EFF, have been at the forefront of protests which started on Monday morning following a controversial advert released by Clicks in which they referred to kinky black hair as "dry and damaged."

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The party and some of its members took to Clicks stores in an attempt to halt all operations. According to the party, they will be protesting until certain demands are met by the Clicks group. The protests, however, took a turn for the worst when a number of Clicks stores started getting vandalised by people wearing EFF regalia.

The EFF has since distanced themselves from the vandalism, claiming that those involved were not members of the party. The DA, however, has taken a stance against the EFF by declaring that they will be pressing charges against the party. In a tweet, the party said:

"Today we lay charges against Julius Malema and the EFF for incitement of violence and destruction of property. We call on SAPS to do their job and protect the citizens of this country. The EFF is destroying the livelihoods of thousands of #Clicks employees."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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