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The Kiffness is known for his jokes and jabs.
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Silly or scary? The Kiffness spoofs president in Halloween costume

Only in Mzansi? The Kiffness showed off a truly original Halloween costume – courtesy of President Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm.

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The Kiffness is known for his jokes and jabs.
Image via Twitter

Halloween is here! But whilst the holiday marks the spookiest day on the calendar, many celebs have flaunted sexy or silly costumes instead. And taking up one of the wackier options is music act The Kiffness.

The Cape Town artist – whose real name is David Scott -shared a costume that spoofed South African president Cyril Ramaphosa.

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Mocking President Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala scandal earlier this year, The Kiffness showed off a truly original costume.

He tweeted a picture of himself: “Halloween costume 2022: The money under Cyril Ramaphosa’s couch”.

In the pic, the entertainer was pictured lying under several couch cushions, with just his face peeping out. Across his forehead were the words: “$4 million”.

The reference followed a report in June which claimed that the president had $4 million (R73 million) in cash at his Limpopo farm when it was robbed by criminals in 2020.

And fans of The Kiffness thought the Halloween costume was genius.

When asked by one tweep if a song about the scandal was in the pipeline, the muso had a pleasant surprise.

He tweeted: “To the tune of Karma Chameleon: ‘Phala phala phala phala phala ma millions. Where’d they come from? Where’d they come frooooom?’”


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Meanwhile, several other celebs in SA have shared their Halloween costumes.

Take a look…

Thobeka Madjozi as a young Whitney Houston.

Sithelo Shozi as Medusa.

Pearl Thusi as Betty Boop.

Uncle Waffles as Beyonce.

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