[WATCH] Coconut Kelz takes the mickey out of Adam Catzavelos 'weather' video

Comedian and satirical performer Lesego Tlhabi, known as Coconut Kelz made a hilarious video on a beach in Italy taking the mickey out of Adam Catzavelos.

In August last year, Catzavelos was the centre of public outrage after a video he shared on WhatsApp with friends in which he called black people the k-word and praised the fact that there were only whites at a beach in Greece, went viral on social media.

RELATED: Adam Catzavelos to pay R150,000 after settlement with SAHRC

Like Adam in Greece, she brings us the 'weather forecast' but this time from Positano, Italy.

Watch the hilarious satire below:

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