Not AdvBarryRoux pokes fun at Zulu king's call to make KZN independent state

Not AdvBarryRoux pokes fun at Zulu king's call to make KZN independent state

Twitter Parody account Man’s Not Barry Roux poked fun at the Zulu King, who said if the ANC tried to touch their land, he would fight to make KwaZulu-Natal an independent state.

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Taking to Twitter, Man’s Not Barry Roux shared a photo of his passport, adding he is taking it just in case KZN was already an independent state.

“I need to carry my passport as I visit Durban this weekend. These Zulu guys can’t be trusted. Imagine being stopped at the boarder of Durban because you don’t have a passport. #DurbanJuly #DurbanJuly2018”, he captioned the post.

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Soon tweeps joined in on the fun and the memes came rolling in. One tweep even shared a photo of how the banknotes would look in the independent KZN.

As for the value against the rand, tweeps suggested it would be 1 ibutho=R26.

One tweep got smart and he wanted Man’s Not Barry Roux to open his passport so that they can see who is behind the account.

As Briefly.co.za reported previously, King Goodwill Zwelethini has threatened war if government does not leave the land in the Ingonyama Trust alone.

He has warned the government not to provoke the Zulu nation and again reminded them that KwaZulu Natal is prepared to become its own state, if threatened.

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