Did the EFF leak Malusi Gigaba's kinky video on social media?

Did the EFF leak Malusi Gigaba's kinky video on social media?

- Minister Gigaba was recently embarrassed when a very private video of his was leaked

- Gigaba's spokesperson, Vuyo Mkhize, has since hinted that the identity of the persons behind the leak is known to them

- According to Mkhize, the persons who stole and leaked the video are part of the EFF

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Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba was embarrassed when a kinky video of him was leaked earlier.

Now the Economic Freedom Fighters are accused of being behind the leak.

Naturally, the EFF denied any involvement with the video and wants those who accuse them to prove it.

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Vuyo Mkhize, Gigaba's spokesperson, hinted at the identity of the person who leaked the video. Mkhize did not outright name the person but it's not difficult to read between the lines.

The @mgigaba video was leaked by an opposition leader who obtained it from an MP of his party from Umzimkhulu...

IOL reports that the EFF MP Marshal Dlamini is the only MP from Umzimkhulu. The leader referred to here is assumed to be Julius Malema. Dlamini denies being involved with the video.

The EFF said it would only respond to the accusations if Gigaba came out and named the persons involved.

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The IFP have since distanced themselves from the matter and stated they have no MPs from Umzimkhulu.

Briefly reported earlier that Gigaba apologised to South Africa and his family for any embarrassment and pain the video could cause.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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