by Cai Trefor Contributor | Photos by Still

Watch Cassette Boy take aim at Brexit in latest video

The mashup cuts to the point: 'Brexit means Brexit, and we're making a mess ot it'


Cassette Boy remix the news 2016 Brexit Trump Cameron Clinton News Photo: Still

Cassette Boy, star of such mashup video as the one about David Cameron called 'Gettin' Piggy With It' and 'Cameron's Conference Rap', has unveiled his latest work of art. It takes aim at the political engineering that went behind the Brexit campaign and the messy fallout.

The video, which features the instrumental from Will Smith's Fresh Prince of Bel Air, rips into a host of Conservative MPs – David Cameron, Boris Johnson, George Osborne, Michael Gove, Theresa May as well as Ukip’s Nigel Farage.

His satirical mash up will delight remain voters and those leave voters who've changed their mind since seeing the plummeting pound and general uncertainty for the economy following this leave vote.

Particularly funny moments include his spin on Boris Johnson: "Let’s leave the EU because I see an amazing future for me although it isn’t a good thing for our country." And Boris' "Dave I cocked up."

The way he's taken Farage's voice to say, "In this campaign telling lies is a must," puts the nail on the head when it comes to reflecting on that major back-tracking he did on funding for the NHS.

Watch the video below to get Cassette Boy's quick-witted summary of one of the biggest new stories of 2016.

Cai Trefor


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