Ntando Duma clears the air about wearing both ANC and EFF regalia

Ntando Duma clears the air about wearing both ANC and EFF regalia

After being called a chameleon for supporting both the ANC and EFF, Mzansi actress Ntando Duma disclosed the difference when she wore both parties' colours.

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Ntando took to Twitter to explain that when she was in the ANC regalia before it was a paid campaign and being a 'Red' is her personal choice.

She was scrutinised yesterday for flaunting her red dress instead of voting. But she soon put an end to those rumours. She explained she wore red for the Economic Freedom Fighters, whom she publically supports.

But then after she proudly declared that she voted for the EFF, tweeps dug up snaps of her in ANC regalia and questioned her loyalty to the political party. Ntando explained that the ANC gig was a paid campaign and EFF was her personal choice.

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Here are some of the reactions to her tweet:

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Meanwhile, earlier today, Briefly.co.za also reported that a social media user had accused Ntando Duma of rocking up at a voting station and snapping photos of herself but not actually voting, but Ntando soon put her to shame.

Many South African citizens, including celebs, took to social media to post snaps of their thumbs with the ink to say they had participated in the 2019 South African national elections.

The media personality opted to share pics of herself posing outside a voting station on Twitter. However, one tweep who was also at the same voting station as Ntando saw her posing for pics and decided to call Ntando out on the media platform for being there but not casting her vote.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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