- A local man had some free time during loadshedding so he put his frustrations into a diss track directed at Eskom
- TikTok user @sedpillay remixed Gayle’s abcdefu into a song that ozzes the escense of Mzansi peeps feels towards Eskom
- Saffa’s were blown away by the hilerious track and the on point lyrics, and flooded the comment section with praise
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Eskom receives more than they give with their power cuts. A quirky Mzansi man decided it was due time Eskom got a new diss track thrown at them, and SA peeps are living for it.
With the country being put back on Stage 2 loadshedding, people’s patients are wearing very thin. Taking a humorous approach to the matter has definitely shed some light on a dark situation.
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The people of Mzansi can themselves at the lit diss track
The lyrics are pure genius! South African TikTok users flooded the comment section while having a good laugh.
Yes, loadshedding is a huge inconvenience and nothing to laugh about, but this song is exactly what we all needed.
Take a look at some of the comments
“This should be our new anthem”
@Mohammed Zia Sheik said:
“Broooooooo you have to turn this into a song I'll play it every time there's load shedding”
“You was this bored during load shedding to make this fire parody ”
“Love it...but can't believe you didn't even blink once...”
“Someone should really send this to Eskom, they need to hear this.”
Malusi Gigaba tries to nail Ramaphosa for Brian Molefe's appointment at Transnet, SA says he has it wrong
In other related news, Briefly News reported that former Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba is still taking to social media in reaction to the State Capture Report that was released on Tuesday, 1 February.
This time, Gigaba shed some light on the mention of Brian Molefe, who is the former director of freight company Transnet, and how he allegedly played a role in the appointment of Molefe at the state-owned company.
In the report, acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo stated that Gigaba played a part in the appointment of Molefe and other Transnet executives such as Anoj Singh, who have been accused of corruption and facilitating state capture at the firm, according to TimesLIVE.
Source: Briefly News