The podcast and Chill with MacG had the DA leader on the show. They have had another entertaining time with another politician and it does not only get to be based on the DA leader's life. He did get into politics, which is what they are all the time doing, and with MacG and Solphenduka, they loved wild moments and puns.
The DA leader, John, is someone who had his puns and he left MacG stitches from the one he made. But people from the comments section have seen the pun being directed at the opposition party, which is in charge of the government administration. He did not say the name of that person, but people have assumed who he was talking about.
MacG also asked him about the racism that is happening when black people are in Cape Town more than any other place in the country. That was a very sensitive subject and he had to answer, which obviously people were paying attention to. It does not have to favour anyone, but he should state the truth, and in that way, he will have a lot of people supporting him.
MacG and Solphenduka are not just about the good times and making puns. It is very great for them to touch on those sensitive subjects that other people don't touch on. What is also great about MacG and Sol is that they are not scared of asking any questions, even if it is a relationship question. Julius Malema expected such questions and he answered them well without being worried about it.
When you are going to the podcast and Chill, you should be aware that those questions which you are not expecting to answer, he will also answer them. And if they are not happy with the response, they will let you know, specifically when it comes to MacG. Will Ramaphosa spend time with MacG on the podcast?
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