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RETURN TO YOUR SCREENS: Devon Saunders, Shakir Hansen and Gershwin Williams return as the Kaapdashians. Photo: SUPPLIED
RETURN TO YOUR SCREENS: Devon Saunders, Shakir Hansen and Gershwin Williams return as the Kaapdashians. Photo: SUPPLIED

The Kaapdashians, Cape Town’s favourite comedic trio, have kissed and made up and are getting back together after they split in 2018.

Devon Saunders aka Devdondidit who plays Felicia, Shakir Hansen who plays Chandré, and Gershwin Williams whose alter ego is Gail, say their fans have been demanding a reunion.

The trio first caught our attention in April 2017 when they made a video of themselves, performing to a backtrack of Ed Sheeran’s Shape of You, making gat of former president Jacob Zuma and the Guptas.

A series of funny videos that went viral followed getting thousands of likes and shares.

Devon, 35, from Grassy Park, says they are happy to be getting back together.

 RETURN TO YOUR SCREENS: Devon Saunders, Shakir Hansen and Gershwin Williams return as the Kaapdashians. Photo:  SUPPLIED

“People are demanding we return to social media with our videos, we tried following our solo careers, but what the people want they must get,” he says.

“So we’ve decided to start filming together again as the Kaapdashians and we will post our new content by next week - it’s going to be unapologetic #justsaying.”

He says they wanted to keep the new content a secret, but is willing to throw Daily Voice readers a beentjie.

“We are going to have loads of fun showing off what Mitchells Plain is about and the latest trends to have come up for 2019, we talk a lot about food in the first video.”

Shakir, 28, from Mitchells Plain is meanwhile working on his new show called Murder Is No Joke inspired by his recent run-in with the law.

Shakir says he has decided to turn a traumatising event into a funny one.

“Last week I appeared in the Daily Voice when I was wrongfully arrested for murder. I was released a few hours later when cops discovered they had the wrong guy,” he says.

Gershwin, 37, from Grassy Park, adds: “It’s been too long without a lekker dose of Kaapdashians, we can’t help it, this is what Cape Town needs with all this bad news going on, we could use some good news.”

The videos will be posted on their social media platforms.

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