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A South African video featuring a ‘Cape Flats’ version of a Taylor Swift song is going viral, not only because it’s funny but because it’s really good too.

 

Cape Town, South Africa (01 August 2022) – This awesome video, which features Felicity Kiran, Anray Amasure and Lauren-Lee Bock from the cast of Woman2Woman, has been doing the rounds on social media.

The ladies created the video hoping to promote one of their shows but never expected it to go viral! There are a few versions of the video floating around social media, but collectively they have been viewed over 300 000 times and shared over 30 000 times.

The three ladies kept the sound and structure of the Taylor Swift song the same; however, altered a few lyrics and delivered it in a strong accent… people have started calling them “our very own Kaapdashians”.

Watch the video below:

But this is not the first time the ladies have gone viral.

In October 2016, the Women2Women team went viral with their “Stap Links” version of Beyonce’s “irreplaceable”.

Our best bit is where one of the singers nearly loses it and almost says “I can have a ma se p… in a minute” before being stopped and then breaking out into a belter of a chorus,

Watch the full performance below:


Sources: Facebook
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