Thuli Madonsela welcomed to Black Twitter after she roasted SA ministers

Thuli Madonsela welcomed to Black Twitter after she roasted SA ministers

Prof Thuli Madonsela scored major brownie points with Black Twitter when she posted a tweet, which poked fun at ministers.

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The former Public Protector posted an image that suggest ministers were feeding off the systems, with the caption “And now who did this?”.

“After being appointed minister, a former government critic was asked why he no longer criticised government… He responded: in Africa it is very bad manners to speak while you are eating.”, the image read.

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Tweeps loved her image and they soon welcomed her to Black Twitter.

“Our former PP is savage!!”, @ThandileNKOYII wrote, while another tweep added, “You're officially a member of black twitter mam ❤”.

Soon tweeps started to name a few ministers on whom Madonsela’s post could have been aimed at.

“Blade Nzimande, he was making so much noise when he was outside govt. Now he is as quite as a mouse.”, one tweep wrote.
“Shilowa was given a post as premier of Gauteng and after that he kept quite, Vavi was promised a post as MP he preferred to be a voice of the working class”, @Xesibe18Mr commented.

Madonsela, the person responsible for the state capture report, was earlier this month named awarded SA ‘Influencer of Influencers’ award.

As reported previously, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela have been awarded the SA Country Brand "Influencer of Influencers" Award.

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