- Penny Penny has weighed in on the scandal currently surrounding Minister Malusi Gigaba
- The entertainer has slammed the culprits for making such sensitive material public
- He has also claimed that those responsible for leaking the tape are humiliating black people
Penny Penny has called out the people responsible for leaking the sex tape of Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba. The music veteran has accused the culprits of being an embarrassment to black people.
The video surfaced over the weekend and the minister was forced to issue a public apology to both his family and the people of South Africa for the pain that the scandal has brought upon them.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Gigaba claims that the culprits got hold of the video in either 2016 or 2017 when his phone was hacked and has since been used to blackmail him.
Penny Penny has stepped in to ask for justice to be served and that the ones responsible for leaking the video be held accountable for their actions. He also hopes that other men will learn from Gigaba’s mistakes.
The musician has asked for people who have seen the video, to not think any less of the minister because it was never meant to be put into the public eye. Instead he firmly believes that the culprits should be embarrassed about what they have done and insulting another man by publishing sensitive content onto the internet.
According to TimesLIVE, Penny Penny feels that by blackmailing politicians in this way, that it is an embarrassment to black culture.
He goes on to say that he has never seen white officials being humiliated in the same way as Gigaba and the musician feels that it only makes black people look foolish.
Penny Penny also had his phone hacked so he understands how Gigaba feels, however he adds that there was nothing that could be used against him, so he got off easy.
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