As Kwesta was riding on the waves of his prosperity with his hit track, Spirit where he features American rapper, Wale, it shows up the visuals of the track have offended a couple of people. If you haven’t seen the video yet or read its reviews, we propose reading our review of the song’s visuals to better familiarise yourself.
In a single tweet few days ago, the Ngud hitmaker let his fans know that the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA) had received complains about a scene where a chicken is being slaughtered on the Spirit music video. “…no complaints from Vevo…let’s hope it’s dismissed otherwise we’re being called savages,” said the rapper on parts of his tweet.
The BCCSA has officially received a complaint about a scene in the #SpiritMusicVideo where a chicken is being slaughtered, as part of a ritual.
Let’s hope it’s dismissed otherwise, we’re being called savages…
— #RunItUp (@KwestaDaKAR) January 25, 2018
Show me that mf who complained 😯 pic.twitter.com/c4V1mLircc
— Menziwa kaXhoko (@biyela_bongz) January 25, 2018
Abamlethe la kithina sizomlungisa pic.twitter.com/4XOvFr22uu
— Menziwa KaXhoko (@biyela_bongz) January 25, 2018
— Matorokisi Maabane (@maabane2020) January 25, 2018
WTF, please tell BCCSA that it’s our culture to slaughter chickens. They mustn’t come here with white tendencies. You should’ve slaughtered a goat 🐐 in your video 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣
— Kgaugelo Phofa (@kgaugelo_phofa) January 26, 2018
Do you think the scene is offensive or not?What are your thoughts?