- A man, who was only identified by his Twitter handle @ThabangTweezus, shared a photo one ANC-branded sandal
- @ThabangTweezus hilariously captioned the post by saying the shoes would lead one to corruption
- Other South Africans joined in on the conversation to share their views on the footwear
Because political parties campaign before regional and national elections, every party has its own branding. From T-shirts to caps, a lot goes into campaign work.
However, one man used ANC-branded sandals to throw shade at the ruling party. On Monday, social media user, @ThabangTweezus, posted a snap of a sandal that rocked the ANC colours and badge.
@ThabangTweezus fired shots at President Cyril Ramaphosa's party, captioning the post:
"These ones would lead you to corruption."
Take a look at the post below:
Several South Africans decided to share their views on the ANC kicks and some of the comments were simply hilarious.
One Twitter user, Sibusiso Mbongiseni Fayindlala (@SibusisoFayind3), said the sandals wouldn't just lead to corruption, they would also lead to the Zondo Commission.
Take a look at his post below:
Social media user, @TFranz47, commented on the post:
"And may win you cases and help you deny everything."
Papa Lesedi, who goes by the Twitter handle @SE_Putsoenyane, added:
"They will make you see a tree burning but not catching a fire."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Rasta got dragged online - again! Rasta can't catch a break. The infamous artist recently honoured President Cyril Ramaphosa and his wife, Tshepo Motsepe, with a painting and he got roasted online.
Some said he should be charged with treason while others felt Rasta was mocking Juju and Ramaphosa. A man commented:
"I honestly can't be the only one who thought this was a mock of Julius Malema and Cyril... Because the lady looks a lot like Julius Malema."
In other news, Master KG has tweeted a response to Ntsiki Mazwai's rant about not giving Nomcebo Zikole credit for Jerusalema.
Mazwai argued that the song should be credited as Nomcebo feat. Master KG because she wrote and sang the vocals.
Fans had previously weighed in but KG finally responded and he made sure that it was simple but firm.
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