- Blue Mbombo has incited debate on social media after she questioned Cyril Ramaphosa’s decision to keep Western Cape beaches open
- The model took to social media and accused the president of being scared of “white people”
- Mzansi social media users weighed in with their thoughts on the issue
Blue Mbombo is one of the many South Africans who don’t seem too happy with President Cyril Ramaphosa right now. The model took to social media to question why other provinces were under strict lockdown regulations but Western Cape was not.
Taking to her Twitter account, Blue questioned whether the president was afraid of “the white people from Western Cape”.
The influencer’s post left Mzansi divided with some agreeing with her, while others were left disappointed by her thoughts.
Twitter user lovymashele1 said:
“Did u hear him correctly or what bcos he said garden route beaches wil be closed.garden route is in western cape...”
“Western cape Beaches will be open....woyika abelungu lomntu yhooooooo”
“Wrong information the Premiers from KZN and EC asked the President to do that animuncu”
“If you not scared of your boss you lose your job!”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Pearl Thusi and Natasha Thahane went on a little outing together and tried to fit in some fun before President Cyril Ramaphosa was scheduled to address the nation on Sunday, 13 December.
The two actresses spent some time together and Pearl posted a picture of the two of them hanging out. She also captioned the photos:
“Quickly before the family meeting”
Followers thought the Pearl and Natasha looked fire and took to the comments to compliment them. They also sent laughing emojis and told the two ladies not to worry since the meeting had been postponed to the following day, Monday, 14 December.
Pearl posted two photos of herself and Natasha and captioned them as:
pearlthusi: "Quickly before the family meeting..."
Fans then posted a whole lot of heart and fire emojis, and told the stars not to worry about getting to the meeting on time:
zolotoi329: "It's actually tomorrow evening, nevertheless ya'll are beautiful."
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