President Cyril Ramaphosa laughs off the mask mishap!
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Can I have my iPad, please? I had my iPad. I’ve lost it, it seems… it’s gone!


Western Cape, South Africa (24 June 2021)The Kiffness seems to be riding his own wave with viral hit after viral hit, and it looks like he has done it again… this time using the President’s lost iPad situation as a new song!

The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, was on his visit to the Port of Cape Town when he realized that his iPad was no longer with him. Ramaphosa was supposed to address a media gathering in Cape Town, but as soon as he reached the podium, he realised that the device he often uses to refer to for his speeches had been stolen.

“Somebody decided to dispossess me of my iPad, so I want that. Can I have my iPad, please? So they stole it, I had my iPad, this is the problem of always handing your gadgets out to other people; it is best that I should keep all these things with me.” Ramaphosa said

The Kiffness, who recently went viral with “Alugalug Cat”, took that moment and turned it into a “Kiff” new song.

Listen to it here:

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