- Lerato Sengadi has called out EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi for being "rude" to former public protector Thuli Madonsela
- Lerato said Ndlozi should not have responded in such a way that he did to Thuli following a debate about the controversial Clicks advert
- Lerato was also slammed by other Mzansi social media users for calling out Ndlozi
Lerato Sengadi has taken to social media to call out EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi for his "utterly rude" response to former public protector Thuli Madonsela.
Lerato slammed Ndlozi for responding in such a way that he did to an "elder" like Thuli on Twitter. Thuli sparked a heated debate on the micro-blogging app when she shared her views on the controversial Clicks advert on Monday, 7 September.
Thuli claimed that the advert is a "textbook case of unconscious bias" that needed to be slammed but "anarchy and violence undermine the cause".
She shared this after the EFF help protests at Clicks stores across Mzansi on Monday. Her opinion did not go down well with Ndlozi. He took to her comment section and said:
"Find the nearest hell Thuli... when you get there, you know the cerebral thing to do. We need no approval from your coconut logic. Protest is the constitutionally right thing to do when authorities do not punish racism. #BlackLivesMatter & we stop racism before it kills Blacks!"
That's when Lerato weighed in. She responded to Ndlozi:
"This response is utterly rude! You can’t preach about respecting women and then respond to an elder like this... in such a disrespectful manner... even if u do not agree with her stance and view on this, this is absolutely no way to address her. Do better Abuti, this ain’t it!"
Lerato's response to Ndlozi also started another debate on her timeline. Check out some of the comments below:
"She deserved this response."
"I disagree, she asked for it by protecting racists."
"Respect is earned. If she hasn't earned it, then she doesn't deserve to have it shown to her."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has shared the first footage of his Any Minute Now docuseries. The rapper is preparing to drop his much-anticipated album in a few days time. The first episode of the #AMNSessions docuseries takes the musician's fans behind the scenes of the making of his recently-released single Bonginkosi.
The star posted the video on YouTube. On the video, fans can see Mufasa working in studio with his idol Zola 7. Since he dropped the docuseries about six hours ago, it has been viewed over 20 000 times. The track Bonginkosi is dedicated to Cassper's mother. It is named after Zola 7, whose real name is Bonginkosi.
Mufasa's fans have praised him and Zola 7 for producing such a dope track. Since he dropped the docuseries, many of his fans have taken to his comment section to share their views on the series. Most of them loved the positive energy and respect the Cassper and Zola showed each other when they recorded the track.
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