When music and politics collide: 3 times politicians quoted song lyrics in Parly

When music and politics collide: 3 times politicians quoted song lyrics in Parly

Ever listened to a song and thought "Man, I can relate to these lyrics"? Apparently some of South Africa's politicians have songs that they feel best describe situations.

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Last year, People's Bae Mbuyiseni Ndlozi almost broke the internet when he quoted Rick Ross' Blowin' Money Fast in one of his statements.

And this year other politicians followed in the EFF spokesperson's footsepts. During his first State of the Nation Address, newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa quoted Bra Hugh Masekela's "I want to lend a hand, send me," from Thuma Mina.

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And now, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba made headlines when he recited lyrics from Kendrick Lamar's 'Alright'.

It's no secret South African politicians are unorthodox, but they're taking it to a whole new level. Maybe they are planning on dropping an album soon.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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