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The team who brought you the Rebecca Black Braaiday parody are back – and this time, they’ve set their sights on car guards.
Derick Watts and The Sunday Blues posted the video for The car guard song yesterday, and their #carguardsong hashtag trended on Twitter in South Africa today. The song is a parody of Eminem and Rihanna’s Love the way you lie, and the video, which was filmed in Cape Town, features some familiar faces and spaces — including Just Jinjer’s Ard Matthews and the University of Cape Town campus. If you listen carefully, you’ll also catch a play on lyrics from Good Charlotte’s Keep your hands off my girl, when the car guard king says “I’ve got five rands hanging from my neck and my chain”.
The video will make you think twice about giving a car guard less than R5 ever again — the car guard battles cricket balls, robbers with ninja moves and a driver who almost takes him out while texting on her phone — all for a R2 coin.