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The show must go on for The Kiffness after US robbery

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Band leader David Scott, known for his parodies, took to social media to tell followers that he was robbed of R90,000 worth of music equipment including his famous ukelele used to make his funny songs.

David Scott from The Kiffness. Picture: Instagram

CAPE Town’s David “The Kiffness” Scott fell victim to a robbery in Detroit while on a US music tour.

Scott, known for his funny parodies, took to social media to tell followers that he was robbed of R90,000 worth of music equipment including his famous ukelele, used to make his uniquely funny songs.

The Cape Town-based musician told followers in Detroit that gear was stolen out of their van.

Scott also appeared on Fox News where he appealed to residents to help find his stolen goods and also thanked the channel for the free publicity.

Despite the loss of equipment, the show continued the next day in Chicago.

In his latest post on X, Scott thanked followers for the influx of support, adding he was pleased no one got hurt.

Cape Argus

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