Cassper Nyovest Spotted with Jacob Zuma at Nkandla, SA Reacts

Cassper Nyovest Spotted with Jacob Zuma at Nkandla, SA Reacts

- Cassper Nyovest and Jacob Zuma recently got together, according to a Twitter post doing the rounds

- A picture of the pair in Nkandla has drawn a lot of attention on social media

- According to the social media user who posted it, the musician met with uBaba on Monday, 15 February, although Cassper has not confirmed this

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It seems Juju’s tea with former President Jacob Zuma has opened up the floodgates for people to visit the elderly man.

A photo of Cassper shaking hands with Jacob Zuma is doing the rounds on social media and it is apparently from a recent meeting held on Monday, 15 February, according to the author of the post.

Twitter user Africansoil shared the picture online along with the caption:

“The eNkandla National Keypoint is busy these days...we like it. Check this greeting!”
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The picture caused a massive reaction from social media users who did not expect the development. Twitter user Ancient2928 said:

“Cassper will make a song about Mr zuma soon. Perhaps was asking for blessings”

Deeleenquent said:

“I use to be a Cassper fan/follower until....." They're coming for him its just they're dizzy at the moment”

Lindo_Mnisi said:

“The nation is being mobilised. Don't fall for this fellow young people. This guy stole your future and enabled other looters to do the same under his administration! He must account for it. The current administration is also stealing from you. Punish them in the next elections.”

FrancisDube said:

“Delegates are arriving”

Truthintake said:

“Let me tell you something for free; Cassper Nyovest & Julius Malema are cut from the same cloth. Both these guys love attention and will do anything for PR stunts!”
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Cassper Nyovest left fans with mixed reactions after reportedly meeting Jacob Zuma. Image: @casspernyovest
Source: Getty Images

Cassper was yet to confirm or deny the incident at the time of going to print.

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mzansi has been buzzing ever since former president Jacob Zuma and Julius Malema met up for a cup of tea. Mzansi model and television personality Babalwa Mneno took the opportunity to show off her own tea party.

EFF spokesperson Vuyani Pambo made waves on social media when he said that the tea they had at Nkandla was "hot, sweet and black".

Taking to social media, Babalwa posted a picture of herself sipping some tea. She was wearing a yellow-striped dress and pumps. She captioned the post:

Mzansi has been buzzing ever since former president Jacob Zuma and Julius Malema met up for a cup of tea. Mzansi model and television personality Babalwa Mneno took the opportunity to show off her own tea party.

EFF spokesperson Vuyani Pambo made waves on social media when he said that the tea they had at Nkandla was "hot, sweet and black".

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Taking to social media, Babalwa posted a picture of herself sipping some tea. She was wearing a yellow-striped dress and pumps. She captioned the post:

"The tea was hot, sweet and black."

Babalwa, also known as "Barbilicious" has been keeping a low profile lately but she's still very active on her social media accounts. Fans loved the snap of Barbz showing off her sophisticated side.

Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to comment on their thoughts about the #NkandlaTea teaser picture. Take a look at some of the reactions from some of them below:

@LeeGcaba2 said:

"Iyo the way I love you though and you're looking as gorgeous as ever."

@MostaPi commented:

"Can we at least get Commissar Vuyani Pambo to confirm this so that we know it's real."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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