Shots were fired! Gayton McKenzie calls Juju a "small boy"

Shots were fired! Gayton McKenzie calls Juju a "small boy"

- Gayton McKenzie has slammed Julius Malema on Wednesday, calling him a small boy

- He then said the EFF had no chance of winning, adding all they do is shout at old people

- McKenzie's comments followed another failed attempt by the EFF to remove Athol Trollip as mayor, whom the PA leader said was not going anywhere until 2021

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Julius Malema's former bestie, Gayton McKenzie dissed him on Wednesday, during his visit to the Bay.

His statements followed another failed attempt by the EFF to remove Nelson Mandela Bay Executive Mayor, Athol Trollip from his post.

The Patriotic Alliance (PA) leader called Juju "a small boy, who gives himself war tittles, but never been involved in a street fight". Ouch!

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McKenzie spoke about the role his party played in the motion against Trollip, calling the PA the kingmakers.

As for the 2019 elections, McKenzie said his party would remain the kingmakers and unlike the ANC, they would not be "shooting at each other".

“Come 2019, we will be king makers because we are saying that white and black can work together to build this country," he described.

McKenzie added the only way this "beautiful country" can move forward is when "we get over our problems".

The former gangster then spoke about the 'people' who talk about war when they have never even been in a street fight.

“They give each other war names and serious tittles like ‘Commander in Chief’. Who does Malema think he is, he is a small boy,”

McKenzie continued to slam Juju, adding he should not say he rules the country since he can not even remove Trollip.

“He can chase people like Jacob Zuma, but not me; not the PA”, McKenzie said about Juju's chances of winning.

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