Bheki Cele would like to know where you got the cigarettes from… so Max Hurrell created another viral song!
Cape Town, South Africa (24 May 2020) – Police Minister Bheki Cele added new bizarre regulations during a press event on Friday saying that smokers would need to produce a till slips to show where the cigarettes had been purchased.
Cele stated that people would not be arrested if they were seen smoking cigarettes in their homes. He said if a person was seen out in public smoking, the police would request that the person provide a receipt showing when and where the cigarettes were purchased.
“It is not illegal to smoke cigarettes in your house. The only problem is when you fail to show us when and where you got the cigarettes. Buying cigarettes and the sale is illegal. Until those regulations are removed, it will remain an offence to do such,” he said.
Max Hurrell immediately took the ridiculous sound-bite and created another viral hit.
Watch the video here:
Hurrell’s recently became a household name in South Africa after going viral and hitting number 1 on the South African iTunes music charts and in the top 20 of the international iTunes music charts with his “But also, when people Zol” song and then releasing a second song featuring the Eastern Cape Health MEC and a little accident during an interview.
Watch the two tracks below: