- EFF leader Julius Malema took to his Instagram to show off his new sneakers this week
- The post was met with positivity as Juju showed that he's still keeping up with the trends with his drip
- The comments section is full of famous Saffas and supporters commending him for supporting local
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EFF leader Julius Malema is showing his followers that he's still with the trends as he posted a picture of his new shoes. The shoes were purchased from dripsa.co.za and retail for R900. The 39-year-old posted the image to Instagram a few days ago.
The image received almost 10 000 likes and almost 200 comments, some of which were from celebrities and other politicians. Juju has been very active on social media since the start of lockdown in South Africa and has shared many aspects of his life.
The all-black sneakers have the Drip SA logo in white and as some of his followers say, it looks dope. He is definitely proud of his "black drip" and so are his followers. Peep the drip below:
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Looking at the comments section, here's what some famous Saffas had to say:
"Can you please get me a pair?"
Here's what some Instagrammers had to say:
"I'm voting for you next elections! You are for the youth!"
"It's good that you promoting local brands. Bravo Juju."
"YESSS MY PRESIDENT!"
In other Juju news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the 39-year-old after he unintentionally made headlines when his face was photoshopped over Rakgadi's. Rakgadi has taken social media by storm after she spilled the tea at her brother's memorial service. The mourning sister accused the late Lebogang Khitsane's wifey of being unfaithful on live television.
On Thursday, Christo Thurston shared a hilarious altered photo showing Julius Malema as Rakgadi. The image has Juju's face replacing Rakgadi's. Over 1 300 people reacted to the image and they could not contain their laughter.
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