Afrikaans Rap

In a big basket of Wrong what happens at 1 min 14 is possibly the wrongest thing I’ve ever seen.

via Boing Boing and @SaliWho

  1. Simon says:

    Is that serious? Its well funny i have to watch it again………….diverting my eyes at 1.14

    Cheers Dave

  2. LOL!! “It’s the answer, man.” “The answer to what?” “Whatever man …F**k.” Note his ‘friend’ with the music machine rolling his eyes and grinning. Vacuous, vapid and ever so slightly violent. Generation X at its finest!

  3. Mark241 says:

    Watched the clip, mouth agape. Then it clicked. “This must be a spoof, right?”
    And, I’m guessing that’s the real story.
    Google “” or “Waddy Jones” and it turns out that the frontman has been subverting the rap genre for nearly a decade, in various guises.
    He’s a recognised artist – working primarily in japanese cartoon art – and holds workshops at South African festivals, demonstrating how to make “chommies” – his soft-toy creations that seem like a cross between Pokemon and Gilbert & George.
    Live shows have occasionally descended into violence as when, in more conservative areas of South Africa, the live show has included a video backdrop of gay, naked bodybuilders playfully smacking each other’s behinds.
    I think there might be something of the genius in the midst of all this.

  4. Just tragic. And the action at 1 min 14 secs isn’t the only offence here, either: this neighbourhood of mullets offend on a number of levels.

    Afrikaner Hick Rap – or care in the community? Have a quick butcher’s at their other ‘hit’ on YouTube, “I am a Ninja” – mind you, looks like they’ve got a bulletproof equal opportunities employment policy in place…

  5. Marilla Wex says:

    That’s some generous junk-action right there.
    .-= Marilla Wex´s last blog ..lavern-david-thompson-wire-seahorse =-.

  6. Tim Hodson says:

    Does anyone know if the Kelsal Massive have heard this yet. We may need to divert an an international diplomacy incident.

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