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Hofmeyr married actress Natasha Sutherlandwhom he had met on the set of Egoli: Place of Gold in They Steve hofmeyr music videos two sons. Hofmeyr also has three other children by other women [2] [3] The couple was divorced after reports of numerous affairs dominated Hofmeyr's time in the spotlight in Miss Weideman subsequently dropped her accusations.

Hofmeyr married Janine van der Vyver on 26 January Invan der Vyver, a fitness instructor, revealed they had been seeing each other for 10 years.

Hofmeyr's grandfather, Steve Hofmeyr Sr. In Januarythere were reports that one branch of the News Cafe restaurant chain would not play Hofmeyr's song Pampoen. The managing director of the company that owns the franchise denies that this is company policy and points out that many Afrikaans Steve hofmeyr music videos, such as Karen Zoid and Arno Carstens have performed at News Cafe. On 12 MayHofmeyr released the lyrics to his new song called "Ons sal dit oorleef", which means "We will survive this".

The song is controversial, because Hofmeyr threatened to include the ethnic slur " kaffir " in the lyrics of the song. Hofmeyr was heavily criticised after performing the former South African national anthem, Die Stemat a cultural festival known as Innibos in Nelspruit in July In OctoberHofmeyr wrote and published a tweet stating that he believed that black South Africans were the "architects of apartheid" on his public Twitter account.

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This prompted a significant public backlash. On 27 NovemberHofmeyr failed to acquire a final protection order against Koch and his puppet in the Randburg Magistrate's Court.

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Hofmeyr has given statements indicative of apartheid denialism, [18] leading various journalists and political analysts to label him a "disgrace to South Africa". Hofmeyr Steve hofmeyr music videos made numerous claims relating to murders of white South Africans. Hofmeyr has claimed that whites, and in particular Afrikaners, are being "killed like flies", posting on Facebook that "my tribe is dying".

Hofmeyr also posted a picture of a "World Cup soccer stadium" which he claimed could be filled by the number of whites murdered by blacks.

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However, Africa Checka fact-checking organisation has found Hofmeyr's Steve hofmeyr music videos to be "incorrect and grossly exaggerated" - pointing out that whites are in fact "less likely to be murdered than any other race group". Lizette Lancaster from the Institute for Security Studies told Africa Check that "Whites are far less likely to be murdered than their black or coloured counterparts.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This page was last edited on 27 Octoberat By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Steve Hofmeyr in Yesterday morning Steve Hofmeyr caused quite a stir when he filmed his music video for his new Steve hofmeyr music videos, 'Feeslied', during peak traffic.

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Official Channel on Google+ and YouTube for Steve Hofmeyer Officially: Author, artist, Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5 video. ons sal dit oorleef - lied oor die Afrikaner wat alle aanslae al oorleef het en sal oorleef.

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