A recent comment, on the media's reaction to Julius Malema forgiving ex-president Jacob Zuma, caught the EFF leader's eye recently. Caving in to his whims, Malema revealed that he didn't care much for 'Stratcom' and their opinions.
Julius Malema appears to have had some down time ahead of the release of his party's election manifesto.
The Economic Freedom Fighters leader recently threw some underhanded shade the media's way.
A post on social media platform, Twitter, caught his eye today. @Ali_naka tweeted that:
Mandela forgave a killer & thug called De Klerk, Stratcom amplified him to Sainthood and naive natives were encouraged to blindly embrace the rainbow myth. Malema forgives Pres Zuma & the Stratcom mob calls it flip flopping, they Lynch him. Stratcom will make you hate your own.
Malema's response to this? The political leader simply commented that he doesn't 'give a F€#£ about those ones.'
Briefly.co.za reported yesterday that Malema announced that he had forgiven Jacob Zuma following a church service he had attended in Tshwane over the weekend.
The sudden change of heart from the former ANCYL leader made headlines, with many people wondering if Malema was going to relapse back to the 'we will kill for Zuma' era of his political career.
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