- Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is not buying the stories Jacob Zuma shared with his son
- Ndlozi said the thing that irritates him the most of former president is his "constant victimhood"
- The People's Bae accused Zuma of not owning up to his mistakes and trying to blame shift instead
The former President of South Africans his son, Duduzane Zuma, got candid on a 44-minute video call with each other.
The father-son duo dropped some damning information as they shared their side of the story. However Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is not buying it.
Taking to Twitter, the former EFF national spokesperson dragged the former head of state.
In one tweet, Ndlozi accused Zuma of "killing the ANCYL". His post read:
"Zuma will forever be the president that presided over the killing of ANC YL simply because it demanded total decolonization! This is his legacy and it doesn’t matter how many times he tries to whitewash and re-write his past; generations of pan-African socialists will never forget!"
In another tweet, Ndlozi said Msholozi represents a "parasitic neocolonial tendency". He added with Zuma it is always about 'Me, myself and I'.
Take a look at his post below:
The People's Bae added the "greatest irritation" with Zuma is his ability to constantly play the victim.
He said in uBaba's eyes, he is always the target.
"The greatest irritation with Jacob Zuma is his constant victimhood. In his masochistic & narcissistic eyes, he is always the target; poison being chief among them. From the days of Mbeki to now the eve of his trial, he has not accepted the centrality of his actions in his demise!"
The EFF politician added that Zuma's predecessors owned up to their mistakes - a quality the former head of states lacks according to Ndlozi.
Briefly.co.za previously reported Duduzane opened up about difficult times in his life during the call with his father.
He revealed details about his mother's death and his part in saving the life of David Mabuza.
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