BLF leader Mngxitama's Twitter account has been suspended for hateful conduct

BLF leader Mngxitama's Twitter account has been suspended for hateful conduct

Black First Land First leader Andile Mngxitama has been suspended from social media platform Twitter after inciting hate speech. Mngxitama took to Twitter after his notorious speech to Tweet what he felt had been key points.

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Andile Mngxitama is standing on a sinking ship as Twitter responded to hateful messages following his homecoming speech by promptly suspending his account.

Under #MngxitamaHomeComing Andile, the BLF party as well as its supporters had rallied in support of the recent speech given by Mngxitama over the weekend.

A video showing the speech has gone viral, showing Andile Mngxitama reveling in his hateful propaganda.

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Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Mngxitama called for the murder of white people, their children, and their pets. This had been, according to Mngxitama in response to Johann Rupert supposedly calling for "black-on-black" violence between taxi drivers by paying them to kill each other.

The effort of Mngxitama to further his polical agenda has backfired on him immensely as people have called for him to face prosecution for his comments.

In the chaos following the speech the Democratic Alliance has announced it will be pressing charges against the BLF leader for hate speech.

READ ALSO: DA to pursue hate speech charges against BLF leader Andile Mngxitama

Twitter has been flooded with reactions to the scandal, here's what they had to say:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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