Juju throws shade at mystery man and Twitter has questions

Juju throws shade at mystery man and Twitter has questions

Economic Freedom Figthers (EFF) leader Julius Malema took shots at an unidentified man and it nearly broke Twitter.

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Julius Malema has the ability to ignite a discussion on social media with his views on subjects- whether it is about the land, other parties or just politicians.

On Tuesday, Malema swiped at a mystery man and it sent shock waves through social media, with tweeps trying to figure out who he was talking about.

Juju captioned the post, "The guy has a daughter with a drug problem, and that's how the rouge unit won him over. All these facts are known to the mob, including the bag full of drugs that disappeared at the airport explicitly brought for his daughter. They will never write about it.."

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The post sparked an interest with tweeps, who could not contain their curiosity over the identity of the mystery man, Briefly.co.za gathered.

Immediately the Twitter CSI jumped to work and people were asking Malema not to leave them in the dark over the man's identity.

Social media user @dzivhumafuka wrote: "Juju this is not some muvhango episode full mulimisi lines, pls balance us ao."

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According to Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux, Juju was talking about the South African minister of Finance, Nhlanhla Nene. However, Malema has not yet revealed who he was talking about.

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