Helen Zille threw shade at the media and Julius Malema following his remarks that he might be responsible for the murder of white farmer, but he might also not be.
Taking to her official Twitter account, the former Democratic Alliance leader slammed the media for making Juju's "Maybe, maybe not" remark off as "cheekily refusing to confirm or deny".
"Welcome to SA media's use of selective outrage generation. Malema saying that he 'maybe' behind farm murders, but also 'maybe not' is described in this article as 'cheekily refusing to confirm or deny'. Nice.", she captioned the post.
Now, usually social media users would jump down Zille's throat about her posts, but this time a lot of tweeps agreed with her.
Richard Hall responded to Zille's tweet by writing, "Embarrassing to see how journalists fawn over the EFF leaders, while they'd be the first ones in the firing line should the ever garner substantial power. All so desperate to prove how 'woke' they are".
However, there are still those who disagree with Zille.
Malema responded to allegations brought against him by AfriForum deputy CEO Ernst Roets, who stated Juju teamed up with an imprisoned gang member to murder white farmers.
Malema responded 'maybe, maybe not' to Roets' allegations, which prompted a reply from the deputy CEO of AfriForum.
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