Adam Catzavelos released a public apology over his racist video, but Mzansi is not convinced it's sincere.
Catzavelos made headlines after he used the k-word on a video to describe heaven, and South Africans were infuriated.
The massive reaction to his video led to the Joburg businessman releasing a public statement, where he apologised for his racist remarks, Briefly.co.za reported earlier.
However, South Africans took to social media to react to his apology and they were not convinced it was sincere.
A lot of tweeps felt he was apologising to his family, not the entire race he offended with his racial slurs.
Others added his apology rang hollow and the video he made was an example of what is going on in his heart.
Social media user sibonelo dlamini, @glendlamini, wrote: "This was expected but NO, what this guy said about black people is what resides in the depth of his heart. He hates the Indigenous people and he does not have to apologise for that. Maybe one day he will wake up to the realization that black people deserve respect."
Raymond Silinga added: "he must take that fake apology and shove it where the sun don't shine!"
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