- The EFF's Julius Malema has headed online to snitch on a man attempting to sell alcohol illegally via his Twitter page
- Malema, who did not want to say much, simply tagged the South African Police Service in the tweet that was made by the illegal alcohol salesperson
- Locals soon headed to the comment section where they referred to Malema as an "impimpi", which means a snitch
Julius Malema has earned himself a new title in the Twitter streets - "Impimpi" - which basically means a snitch. His new nickname comes after he had snitched on a Durban man who tweeted about selling alcohol during the lockdown period, which has a strict alcohol ban.
Taking to his Twitter, the EFF's Malema tagged the South African Police in a tweet about the various alcoholic beverages a man was attempting to sell on his Twitter page. View the tweet below:
"I’m selling the below. Remy Martin VSOP x R2 500, Glenmorangie 10 years x R1 800, Jagemeister x R900, Hennessy VSOP x R2 500, Flying Fish 24 packs x R1 000, Heineken 24 packs x R1 000, We deliver anywhere in Durban (added costs)."
Mzansi had this to say about Malema's snitchery:
"Scared to be lonely in prison Juju... take more with you. Pimpi."
"Normalise tagging police also on corruption cases."
"UJulius impimpi kahle kahle."
"Mind your business Juju, black brother is hustling."
"CIC leave other kids alone wena, you are financially sorted you starting to act like you also benefited from R500bn."
In other Briefly.co.za EFF news, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have changed the way they are going about their end-of-year celebration with the elderly. EFF leader Julius Malema will no longer be hosting the event due to Covid-19 regulations.
Instead of Malema gathering everyone together, all gifts will be delivered and distributed to the elderly people's households. The party shared the news about the end-of-year celebration on their official Twitter account.
While many South Africans are impressed that the Red Berets are still going forward with the plans, others have found a reason to be angry. Many of which they shared online.
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