Must Watch: The Kiffness, Steve Hofmeyr and a blow up doll.

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The Kiffness have just released a hilarious music video featuring Steve Hofmeyr’s face on a blowup dolls body.


David Scott from The Kiffness is no stranger to controversy, he has had public fights with Woolworths over body shaming, taken on festivals that don’t pay and now the singer is dancing with Steve Hofmeyr’s face.

The group released their new song and music video on Friday called “Pragtig Meisie” which prominently features Steve Hofmeyr’s face on what looks like a blow up dolls body.

“It’s so bizarre, but incredibly funny and even if you cannot understand Afrikaans, you will still laugh out loud.”

The Kiffness shot this video in the hopes that the African singer portrayed as “Pragtige Meisie” would enjoy the video & give them permission to use her face… unfortunately, the singer in question did not like it very much.

So instead of re-shooting they decided to change the face to another Afrikaans singer whose opinion “they didn’t care much for”.

According to a tweet by the group, this is the best music video that Kurt Darren has ever seen.


Watch the hilarious video below:

Sources: Kiffness
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    June 9, 2018 at 8:35 am

    The kiffness now need Steve to get their name out there because they will never make it. They are revolting and should look for proper jobs. How sad that they are South Africans. Yuk

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