If Zuma was a coloured man: Hilarious video pokes fun at former SA president

If Zuma was a coloured man: Hilarious video pokes fun at former SA president

Our former head of state is a Zulu, but someone decided to make a video of how Zuma would have been as a coloured man.

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The theme of the amateurish video surrounded Zuma playing innocent in all the things he has been accused of- which include corruption.

The clip showed Zuma speaking Afrikaans with a coloured accent, challenging anyone to come and try taking him on.

Here is a translation of what the video said:

"I’m … scared of no one. Bring them to me. I did well by this country man.", the coloured Zuma said, adding "Nkandla is already built. There aren’t any problems. My wives are sorted out, you understand?".
"Don’t come and worry about me, I want no one’s money. So just leave me alone man. Let me go man.”

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The video obviously pokes fun at Zuma, whose presidency has been clouded with corruption allegations.

Zuma was set to appear in the Durban High Court on 6 April to face 16 charges, which included corruption, racketeering and money laundering.

However, as Briefly.co.za reported previously, his trial was postponed to 8 June as requested by Advocate Billy Downer. Meanwhile, Zuma is expected to file his review application on 15 May.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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