Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took to social media to share his views on the media reporting on a white woman's decision to vote for the EFF - and he is not pleased.
On Monday, the Economic Freedom Fighters' national spokesperson, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, slammed the media for reporting on a white woman who decided to leave her sheltered life behind and to challenge race politics in Krugersdorp.
However, the People's Bae is not impressed by the news coverage the white EFF supporter gathered.
"How pathetic! ONE white woman makes headlines for saying she will vote EFF. But over 5 000 black woman partake in a #EFFWomensMarch to Constitutional Court in demand of justice, they are not even reported.... I thought I had seen it all with SA media?" he wrote on Twitter.
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Social media users who follow Ndlozi on Twitter agreed with his sentiments.
Twitter user @BizaBiza7 commented: "I couldn't understand why that was worth reporting. I am going to vote EFF but it's not news. Her vote has the same power as our votes. Colour is nothing."
However, there were those who defended the media, adding the articles focused on the backlash the white woman received because of her decision to vote for Juju's party.
Briefly.co.za previously reported Bianca-Lee Grossett, a 39-year-old mom and housewife, made headlines after revealing that her first vote will be for the EFF.
The news garnered mixed reactions, with many EFF members applauding her support for their political movement and white South Africans denouncing the housewife for her views.
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