A spokesman for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Objects (SPCO) has slammed African singer Steve Hofmeyr for what the organization describes as his “serial misuse of unintentional items”.
The organization released a statement following a video released by Hofmeyr showing him driving his babies over his DStv decoder and throwing his satellite dish off the roof.
Hofmeyr called on his fans to do the same, even offering R10,000 money in a prize for the best video.
His fans have responded with bold shows of support that have included that they vaccinated their decoders over an open flame without even considering what they'll do next time the rugby takes place.
This is a step that has been approved by animal rights operators who hope that more people will choose satellite decoders as an alternative to meat. However, object rights operators are not irritated.
“This is not the first time Hofmeyr has taken his frustrations on vulnerable objects. In 2008, a cup of tea in CHI / Huisgenoot editor, Esmare Weideman's face. Did the cup of tea want to be rushed? We will never know, so that tea cups cannot speak for themselves, ”said a stapler and operator over the rights of object Rexel Stapler Aquarius Full Strip by the Citizen.
“Then, in 2011, she threw her tickets to the U2 band in the Jukskei river after Bono's frontman said he had no problem with singing the controversial song. Dubul' iunou. They were tickets to them. Just as pieces of paper are not touching, it doesn't mean they shouldn't have a right to self-determination. I don't want to speak for them, but I have a feeling that they would have preferred to be recycled, ”added Rexel.
Steve Hofmeyr was not available to comment on, as he was too busy give his Toyota bakkie, blikseming its a smartphone and MTN mooring a copy of the Citizen's name he had around.
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