Oh snap: Duduzile Zuma defends uBaba following World Cup memes

Oh snap: Duduzile Zuma defends uBaba following World Cup memes

- Duduzile Zuma has come to the defence of her father, Jacob Zuma

- uBaba became the butt of all jokes for being the only democratic president to not lift the #RWC trophy

- Duduzile told blacks who were "dissing" her dad to go face their "racist baas"

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On Saturday, the Springboks won the Rugby World Cup and South Africans rejoiced. However, many started poking fun at Jacob Zuma for being the only democratic president to not lift the trophy.

While many intended for it to be a joke, Zuma's daughter did not see the funny side of the memes. In fact, it prompted her to take to Twitter to shut down haters.

Duduzile wrote:

"To all Blacks SouthAfricans who were/are dissing my father @PresJGZuma. Monday: Back to reality, go face your racist baas who disrespect you and still calls you k... regardless of #RugbyWorldCup win. I took the insults regarding my father, however, your life hasn't changed a bit."

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When a social media user, @L_M_C_Y, joked that Duduzile is "bitter", she clapped back by posting a screenshot of a woman's post, claiming she had been the victim of a racially motivated assault.

She started off the post by writing:

"To All The Black People who were celebrating the #RugbyWorldCup, this is their (white supremacist) response to you darkie."

Duduzile is not the only person who is not on the Springbok world cup win bandwagon. Briefly.co.za previously reported Mbuyiseni Ndlozi divided social media with his views on the country celebrating the Boks winning the #RWC2019.

The People's Bae, as he is affectionately called by EFF followers, congratulated the team's captain, Siya Kolisi, but dismissed the rest of the squad.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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