- A young South African woman has taken to Twitter to apologise to her followers for encouraging them to follow the EFF
- In her tweet, she says that she wishes that she had never done so in the first place, blaming "cult bev" for her actions at the time
- Many South Africans headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post
A young South African woman with the Twitter handle, @thembi_kola has taken to Twitter to apologise to her followers for encouraging them to vote for the EFF. In the post, she says that she was high on "cult bev" at the time.
"I apologise to everyone I recruited to vote EFF in 2019 and wish for SAfm to delete that podcast of me encouraging the nation to vote EFF. Please receive my sincerest apologies Mzansi. I was high on the cult bev," she wrote solemnly.
South Africans had many questions about the peculiar tweet. Many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few below:
"If we don’t vote EFF who do you suggest we vote for?"
"These are people who do not know anything about EFF, they don't know the cardinal pillars yet they say they were members. What drove her to join EFF to start with? EFF has never been Afrophobic from day one."
"Some of us are not the smartest people in the world but we warned people like you for free that EFF is a danger to our society."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a local man with the Twitter handle, @ramalokot has made a very bold statement about the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi - called him a mampara.
While he did not mention the reasons for his statement about the politician, it may stem from Mbuyiseni's recent controversial comments about the Zimbabweans, who have flocked into South Africa in large numbers.
Mbuyiseni recently said that South Africa should open its borders and allow every Zimbabwean national a space in the country.
"Please open the borders from Zim, Lesotho & Mozambique!!! They not bringing Covid; they left it here & will find it here. Let them in. It’s not fair - they live here. They are from here. They are part of us! Or you will be dealing with a worst humanitarian crisis than Covid!" wrote Ndlozi.
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