- Political figure Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has Mzansi absolutely reeling after taking to social media to share a snap of a lion
- Cassper Nyovest got hold of the post and hilariously responded
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to share their own hilarious reactions to the post
Social media users are living for a hilarious Twitter exchange that took place between the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi and South African musician Cassper Nyovest.
It all started when Ndlozi posted an encouraging picture of one very proud male lion on top a mountain. He cheekily captioned the striking photo of the animal:
"The King is on the Throne"
Word must have got out to Mzansi's own 'Mufasa' as Nyovest had his own spicy reply for the politician's post. The lion himself wrote very tongue-in-cheekily:
"I hate paparazzi"
Social media users were living for the hilarious exchange and took to the comments section to share their reactions. Check out some of the comments below:
"Should we give him a red beret already or silinde leadership? @casspernyovest ready?"
"He says you are gossiping"
"That cat is too white for my liking."
"Did JuJu approve this tweet?"
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Mmusi Maimane and Julius Malema recently exchanged virtual blows after Maimane high threw shade at South Africa's various political parties.
While no specific names were mentioned, it was easy to tell that the party that "fuels anger" was Malema's party, the EFF, and Malema knew this too.
"The political parties are the biggest impediment to our progress. One party needs to stop looting, one needs to go to school, one needs to stop fuelling anger. The people need good governance and delivery. In this article I provide a solution," Maimane wrote in his tweet.
Malema responded to the tweet, which prompted this response from Maimane:
"Izapha Julius. This country cannot be led merely by the angry. We need people who want to truly return power to the people and not to take power from the ANC and then give it to themselves. That’s why direct elections are important. They empower the community. Not the party."
Many highly entertained South Africans had this to say about the two politicians' little exchange:
"If you really care about black people, donate all your salary to the poor for a year."
"But Mmusi if he is not angry as a black person in this country, he has a serious problem. No one is fuelling anger, we're just angry."
"But Mmusi didn't say anything about individuals. He's talking about the political parties. Motho o leqhoko eo."
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