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The Kiffness has hinted at plans to leave SA following Julius Malema’s viral video of ‘Kill The Boer’.
Images via Twitter:
@thekiffness/ @effsouthafrica

‘Sorting out passport’: The Kiffness hints at move ‘if things go south’

The Kiffness – who has been critical of EFF leader Julius Malema – has hinted at leaving South Africa for good, ‘if things go south’…

the kiffness, malema

The Kiffness has hinted at plans to leave SA following Julius Malema’s viral video of ‘Kill The Boer’.
Images via Twitter:
@thekiffness/ @effsouthafrica

He’s been vocal about his disdain for corruption, crime, and even load shedding. But The Kiffness has hinted that Malema’s performance of “Kill The Boer” may be the final straw for him.

The Cape Town muso – real name David Scott – has expressed his wish to leave South Africa “if things go south.”

Malema and the EFF have been trending after performing the controversial struggle song at the party’s 10th-anniversary celebrations over the weekend.

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The Kiffness has been outspoken on his Twitter account about Malema – and anyone who supports them – following the viral video.

The hitmaker even thanked Elon Musk, who hinted that Malema was “openly pushing for genocide of white people.”

He tweeted: “Thanks for saying something, @elonmusk. Sunlight is the best disinfectant”.

He added: “Congrats @Julius_S_Malema, your bigotry & division is on the world stage for all to see now. Enjoy”

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When one tweep asked him if SA was indeed experiencing a genocide, The Kiffness responded: “You hear about farm murders, but it hit a little close to home in 2019/20 when it was people I knew”.

He added: “Things are relatively ok in WC [Western Cape] for now. Lots of people moving here from Jo’burg & KZN [Kwazulu-Natal]. I’m sorting out my British passport in case things go south”.

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Meanwhile, The Kiffness has slammed both Anele Mdoda and Mmusi Maimane for what he claims is an “endorsement” of Julius Malema.

After Anele liked a pic of the controversial politician at the anniversary celebrations, the muso tagged Anele’s employers, tweeting: “Do you endorse this @947?”

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The Kiffness has slammed 947’s Anele Mdoda for liking a picture of EFF leader Julius Malema. Images via Twitter: @thekiffness/ @anele

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He added: “I’d like to know if @947 are ok with employing someone who openly praises a man who incites violence against a minority ethnic group?

“If they are, then I’d like them to remove any of my music from their station.”

The radio presenter the not the only public profile to receive condemnation from the hitmaker. Following his praise of Malema, Build One South Africa leader Mmusi Maimane also caught strays.

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Responding to the opposition leader, The Kiffness tweeted: “How do you with a clear conscience congratulate a party that has done nothing for this country except sow division and incite violence? Did you congratulate the devil when you were a pastor?”