Tweeps react to Julius Malema's "no sympathy for whiteness" tweet

Tweeps react to Julius Malema's "no sympathy for whiteness" tweet

The EFF's leader raised eyebrows again, this time with a tweet he posted on Saturday, 17 March. Since then, tweeps responded to the remark, which Helen Zille dubbed racist.

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"Hahaha, you are going white man. I’ve got no sympathy for whiteness, it feels so good for a black child to determine the future of the white one. #Kubo", the post read.

Taking to social media, political and business analyst Phumlani M. Majozi said he was stunned how a politician preaching racism can sit in Parliament.

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Majozi's tweet sparked a debate on Twitter, with many agreeing Juju is racist and should be blocked from social media.

However, after one tweep posted a pic of a white girl on Juju's lap, another one took it a bit too far, hinting that Malema has HIV.

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