DJ Fresh, Moozlie & celebs react to video of man being evicted

DJ Fresh, Moozlie & celebs react to video of man being evicted

South African celebs have reacted to the "disgusting" viral video of a naked man being forcefully evicted from his shack in Khayelitsha, Cape Town.

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The video shows the city's law enforcement officers dragging a man, who had been taking a bath, out of his shack while the naked man is fighting to go back inside the shack, presumably to put on some clothes.

Briefly.co.za takes a look at some of the reactions from some of our fave entertainers who have strongly condemned the incident.

Bridget Masinga

The radio and TV presenter said the behaviour of the officers was "despicable".

"@SAHRCommission what is happening here is despicable to say the least. To strip someone of their dignity in the name of carrying out orders should never be condoned. This is disgusting at every level."
DJ Fresh, Moozlie & celebs react to video of man being evicted

Bridget Masinga slammed the behaviour of the officers.
Source: Facebook

Nomuzi 'Moozlie' Mabena

The rapper expressed disgust at the way the officers handled themselves during the eviction.

"Hold the f*ck on!!! They couldn’t just let him grab some pants quickly?? What is going on here???"
DJ Fresh, Moozlie & celebs react to video of man being evicted

Moozlie has asked why the officers couldn't just let the man grab his clothes quickly.
Source: Instagram

DJ Fresh

The veteran radio presenter and club DJ couldn't believe the way the officers behaved during the eviction.

"Dear @CityofCT: What the actual f***????"
DJ Fresh, Moozlie & celebs react to video of man being evicted

DJ Fresh couldn't believe the way the officers behaved during the eviction.
Source: Instagram

Rami Chuene

The actress reacted with broken heart emojis when she saw the video.

"Noooo," she added.
DJ Fresh, Moozlie & celebs react to video of man being evicted

Rami Chuene also condemned the behaviour of the officers.
Source: Instagram

Briefly.co.za has reported that the four officers who were involved in the eviction of the man are to be suspended.

In a statement issued by the city on Wednesday night, it claimed it was in the process of suspending and applying disciplinary procedures against the four officials.

"We are in the process of suspending four staff members involved in the incident pending the outcome of the investigation."

Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Lindiwe Sisulu condemned the 'distasteful incident' and asked the Western Cape government to hold those implicated accountable.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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