Racist flyer goes viral but tweeps think it's an act of revenge

Racist flyer goes viral but tweeps think it's an act of revenge

A racist flyer was shared on social media recently, which showed a allegedly man calling for a strike on black people.

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On Thursday, parody Twitter account Man's Not Barry Roux shared a photo of an alleged racist flyer.

The flyer partially read: "I hate all f***ing black k**fers and I will kill ever single one!"

The flyer then goes on to give a telephone number and a request for others to join him, Briefly.co.za learned.

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However, tweeps felt the flyer was a set up by someone who was mad at the man, whose name was on it.

Social media user @MissSteelo wrote, "Hai suka I doubt this man even knows about this. This was made by a disgruntled someone that knows him personally with intent of getting back at him for whatever he once did to him. Now he wants to use the quick to react blacks as his weapon. Andizi!"
Yonelani Qinisile, who goes by the Twitter handle @yonxy0310, commented: "I'm suspecting an angry employee, angry someone who was once close to this guy but was shown flames. I can't help it, but this is not from the owner. Like all you EFT supporters, how about listening to the other side of the story before judging."

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Nathi Radebe posted a tweet about the man's response to the flyer.

"This case has been reported to police you can phone Detective Rampokanje," the man allegedly responded to the flyer.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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