Mzansi stunned by comparison between Tiger Woods and Julius Malema

Mzansi stunned by comparison between Tiger Woods and Julius Malema

- A comparison was made between EFF leader, Julius Malema, and renowned golfer, Tiger Woods

- Four similar characteristics were cited and the post went viral via social media

- South Africans seemed bemused by the comparison and many ridiculed the message

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EFF leader, Julius Malema, has been labelled and called many things.

This must have been a first though as the charismatic political leader was compared to legendary golfer, Tiger Woods.

Woods has had his fair share of struggles on and off the golf course, but recently won another major title over the weekend.

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Twitter user, @AdvBarryRoux, shared a tweet comparing the two public figures.

His post cited four characteristics that exist in Malema that are reminiscent of Woods.

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Social media users had a field day as many mocked the theory.

More than 5 000 people liked the post, but many of the comments disagreed with the point made.

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Briefly.co.za gathered the tweet inspired many to come up with their own analogies as well.

With the Easter weekend looming, light-hearted comparisons were made between Juju and Jesus.

Some of the responses were damning to say the least.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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