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Riaad Moosa's take on turning 40

At a certain point, I was prepared to have a sledge hammer to the balls.

Riaad Moosa

I need therapy, but instead of paying someone to listen to me talk, I'm getting people to pay me to listen to me talk.

Riaad Moosa

Riaad Moosa is one of Cape Town's funniest people.

His new show is all about turning 40 soon, being a father of three and life in general in the Cape. He joined Ryan in studio this morning:

You can also watch Riaad's Facebook Live video here:


This article first appeared on KFM : Riaad Moosa's take on turning 40


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