The Kiffness release CoronaVirus song: Please Stay Home South Africa!
Photo Cred: The Kiffness | David Scott

The Kiffness has just released a CoronaVirus song with an important message – Please Stay Home South Africa!

 

Cape Town, South Africa (22 March 2020) – What do you get when you mix the Kiffness, Toto’s Africa, and COVID-19 together? A new (really well-written) song which carries an important message!

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 lending his voice to the Corona Virus.

Watch the video below:

And here’s the full lyrics:

A lonely one goes rolling Friday night, as he grows restless longing for a Betty to keep him company.

He knows that he must do what’s right, but he ignores Cyril’s call for us too chill in quarantine.

I don’t think you realise…

COVID-19’s coming after you!!

Doesn’t take a lot to get infected my bru; if you go jolling with 100 okes, you’ll probably catch it too.

Flatten the curve in South Africa!!!

Gotta take some time to chill or it’s gonna get real bad.

Please stay home South Africa.

Please stay home South Africa.


Source: The Kiffness 
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