Mbalula throws shade at Maimane, again: "I cropped Dumelang out"

Mbalula throws shade at Maimane, again: "I cropped Dumelang out"

It’s no secret Fikile Mbalula and Mmusi Maimane do not sit around the same camp fire. In fact, the two are often in Twitter fights with each other.

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And, Mbalula could not resist the chance to take another jab at the DA leader following the epic showdown between the Mamelodi Sundowns and FC Barcelona.

FC Barcelona visited South Africa on Wednesday to face off against the Mamelodi Sundowns for the Neslon Mandela Cup.

Needless to say, the event was a huge moment for South Africans, and a lot of famous people including politicians went to show their support.

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At first, Mbalula, or Fiks as Helen Zille called him, posted a photo of him and Julius Malema supporting the Sundowns on Wednesday night.

Then, he commented on his own post to let his followers know he cropped out Mmusi Maimane.

“I cropped Dumelang out. They’ve been wilding this week there at the Blue Couch”, he commented, referring to he DA’s battle against Patricia de Lille this past couple of weeks.

Mbaks’ post had tweeps in stitches, some even posted some of their own hilarious memes.

One social media user then went on to give Mbaks some of his own medicine, so he cropped him out.

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