Thanks to an overwhelming demand, The Kiffness has delivered on his promise to put together a Bheki Cele ‘Shutup’ Remix, following the incident with Action Society director Ian Cameron last week.
The Kiffness – aka David Scott – congratulated Ian Cameron “for speaking truth to our Police Minister ??” and explained some context for his hundreds of thousands of non South African fans:
“Our Police Minister, Bheki Cele, is part of the inept, corrupt ANC government. Since he has been in office, the South African Police Service has collapsed & crime has sky rocketed. In South Africa, there are 67 murders, 250 women raped & 3 children killed EVERY DAY. This is all under Cele’s watch.
“Ian Cameron is part of an organisation that brings criminals to justice & helps those who are victims of violence & abuse, and when Ian told the truth about Cele’s poor job, he completely lost his temper, pulled the “race card”, started ranting about his struggle credentials & had him arrested. Ian, like me, is a citizen who loves his country but hates his government. Bheki Cele & the rest of the ANC must go. I applaud Ian for standing up to Cele.”
The Kiffness also added a ‘fun fact’ – “when Bheki Cele was giving an impassioned speech about how his mother was a kitchen girl, and his father was a garden boy, he was actually just quoting a song by Rebecca Malope “My Mother”, but treated it like his own story. His mother passed when he was 9 months old, and his father was a senior induna at the South African Railways. But you know what they say: don’t let the truth get in the way of a good struggle story.”
The Police Minister has since said that the situation could’ve been handled better, and that both could’ve treated each other with more respect.
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