By: Natasha Archary
The Eastern Cape shepherd who admitted to raping a goat to death has a song named after him.
A Gqom producer known as Mitchell of Gqom, created the track using lines from the video of Mamboyi admitting to his misdeeds.
The viral video inspired the creative producer to put together a catchy tune which is titled, McMamboyi.
In the original video, a village elder is questioning Mamboyi about the incident involving the goat. Mamboyi sheepishly replies that he doesn’t know why he chooses to rape the animals.
Many people were concerned about Mamboyi’s mental health as some say that it’s a sign that he needs helps.
Mamboyi who looks elderly appears to be showing signs of dementia, this is what a few people who’ve seen the original video think.
While the incident itself is nothing to laugh about and is inhumane, South Africans do find the snippet of the song funny.
Making light of a sensitive subject is something South Africans are known for. Take a listen to the song below.
Meanwhile, the National Council of SPCAs is said to be desperately trying to track Mamboyi down.
The council says beastiality is a serious crime in South Africa.
“Any one with information on where the Eastern Cape shepherd who raped the goat is, please contact the NSPCa urgently.”Keshvi Nair, Public Relations Officer, NSPCA
The council can be reached via email at [email protected]