Max Hurrell is back with another parody song of Dlamini-Zuma's speech

Max Hurrell is back with another parody song of Dlamini-Zuma's speech

The Capetonian producer just couldn't resist after the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) briefed the nation.

Cogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma NCCC level 2

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

Remember that speech?

Many people remember Minister Nkosazane Dlamini-Zuma's speech about the banning of cigarette sales, which was turned into a song, thanks to talented producer Max Hurrell.

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The producer is back with another parody song of the Minister's recent address about the relaxation of regulations as the country has now entered into alert level two of lockdown. Some of these include the sale of both alcohol and cigarettes.

On Monday, when Dlamini-Zuma delivered her brief, a few words stood out to Hurrell and have now become the hook of his new parody song.

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"We must smoke cigarettes as they are now allowed, but don't share them," the Minister said.

We wonder if she will call him out again for this song, like she did for the 'Zol' song?

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Watch the new parody song below:

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