- Mmusi Maimane recently shared a throwback Thursday picture of himself and his son reading political books
- In the somewhat adorable Twitter pic, his son is "reading" The Fall of ANC
- Maimane's followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the controversial post
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Mmusi Maimane has once thrown political shade. This time the political leader took to Twitter to share a picture of his son seemingly innocently reading a couple of books while lying in bed together.
The picture however is not as innocent as it seems as the title of the book his son his reading throws some major shade. The little boy is "reading" a book called the Fall of ANC while Maimane himself reads another political book.
"Some things have been obvious, my son knew them from a young age. #ThrowbackThursday," he captioned the hilarious yet shady Twitter post.
His fans and followers quickly took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the major shade he was throwing. A lot of them complimented him on his leadership skills while others questioned his decision to involve his kids in politics.
Read their thoughts below.
"You are one of my favorite political leaders, I enjoy following your posts. Africa needs committed leaders like you..keep up the good work."
"It is very important not to instill your interests and mindset to your kids. Let them decide what they want and be interested in."
"This is both cute and hilarious.. I love it!"
In other Briefly.co.za political news, Tito Mboweni has once again rubbed South African's up the wrong way. The Finance Minister took to his Twitter - an activity he finds himself doing too frequently for some locals - to tweet something that many found completely irrelevant.
Mboweni wrote in the tweet that irked South African citizens, that they may not be happy with the current government or the way it's running the country but that future generations will be grateful for all the decisions that were made now.
Twitter users and frustrated South Africans spared no time taking to the comment section to give Mboweni a piece of their minds. Many of them called the minister arrogant, comparing him to earlier well-known politicians who were famous for their dictatorship.
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