Malema slams Shivambu's violent behaviour, adds all men are trash

Malema slams Shivambu's violent behaviour, adds all men are trash

In a recent interview with talk show host Eusebius McKaiser on talk radio station 702, Julius Malema revealed that even he does unacceptable deeds as a man, this right after a question McKaiser had for Malema regarding his party's behaviour at certain times.

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McKaiser said he found it hard to accept the manner in which Malema and his party acts. The talk show host added people have dubbed Malema as a 'little Idi Amin', a late notorious Ugandan Dictator.

Opening up about his party's disruptive reputation, Malema claimed that it is only a 'mirror of society'.

According to Juju, society is angry and violent - which is reflected in the Economic Freedom Fighters.

“We are a very angry society. Bad things have happened to us. People forget the pain we’ve gone through as black people,” he said.

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The Citizen reported that Malema went on to say his wife said all men are trash and he tended to agree with her.

"When my wife says men are trash, I agree and tell her I’m trying to be a different person," Malema told McKaiser.

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While on the topic of violent behaviour, Malema addressed the actions of his deputy-president, Floyd Shivambu, referring to the attack on journalist Adrian de Kock in 2018.

Juju said Shivambu's violent behaviour 'unacceptable'. Malema said sometimes situations spark violent behaviour so he opts to stay at home.

“I must stay at home to be in a familiar environment to avoid engaging myself in violent activity,” he added.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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