Former South African president Jacob Zuma took to social media to rubbish claims that he has Gaddafi's money.
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that according to a recent claim, Jacob Zuma is accused of stowing away $30 million (about R422 million) for late Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi.
The Sunday Times then added that Ramaphosa was tipped off that the money was moved from Nkandla to Mbabane. The report added the Swazi king confirmed that the kingdom has the money.
However, on Tuesday, Zuma fired shots at the publication, adding he and 'His Majesty' know nothing about the money.
"Sigh! I owe millions in legal fees... I’ve asked you to assist with that one title deed in order for me to sell that house. I now hear that I have been keeping money belonging to my late brother, Gaddafi. Where’s this money because His Majesty knows nothing about it?" uBaba wrote.
Following the tweet, South Africans called out Zuma, adding he was in denial.
Twitter user @OpinionCliff commented: "I'm sure you don't have it because if you did, you wouldn't be able to count it any way."
Another tweep, @chiefmringo, added: "Tsotsi, pay back the money."
Social media user @paul_leask, wrote: "Check in the bunker Baba, I think the Gupta’s also put some cash in there - you bodyguards wouldn’t let Thuli in remember."
However, there were those who defended Zuma and some even told him to take legal action against the publication.
Qiniso Zwile, who goes by the Twitter handle @QZwile, wrote: "Baba they are peddling lies about you, it is not the first time and it is certainly not the last. Our love for you remains unfettered from their attempt to character assassinate you. We know who the enemy is."
Twitter user @ChidzidziG added: "Sue them the same amount you owe in legal fees."
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