Twitter asks Zuma how much was stolen at VBS and it left them in stitches

Twitter asks Zuma how much was stolen at VBS and it left them in stitches

Jacob Zuma might not be the South African president anymore, but that does not mean the bloopers he made while in office have been forgotten.

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Recently, a video resurfaced on social media of former SA president Jacob Zuma attempting to read a high number- and it left tweeps in stitches.

The creator of the video used the hilarious footage and linked it to the VBS Mutual Bank fraud case.

"How much was stolen at VBS," the description read.

The video was shared on social media by Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux, along with the caption: "Msholozi must be respected."

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Since it was uploaded on Tuesday, the post gathered over 37.5k views and Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at some of the reactions.

Tweeps found the footage hilarious and some even said they missed the former head of state.

Social media user @sirboring_26 commented: "He dont worry with Maths. He knows secrets and dribbling skills."
Keith Makan, who goes by the Twitter handle @k3170Makan, commented: "He keeps stealing money because I doesn't know how to count it."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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