- Mmusi Maimane recently threw a ton of shade at Jacob Zuma after a convoy of luxury cars arrived at his Nkandla homestead
- In his shade, Maimane made a reference to the "tea" that Zuma recently had with the EFF's Julius Malema
- Soon social media users picked up on the shade and shared their thoughts in the comments section
Ex-DA leader Mmusi Maimane recently headed to Twitter to throw some shade at former president Jacob Zuma and at the same time the EFF's Julius Malema who recently enjoyed a cup of tea at Zuma's Nkandla homestead with him.
Maimane's shade comes after a picture of a luxury car convoy arrived at Zuma's Kwa-ZuluNatal luxury Nkandla homestead was shared online by Twitter user, @DasenThathiah who captioned the picture:
"A convoy of luxury vehicles with Mpumalanga number plates has arrived at #JacobZuma’s Nkandla home. Earlier, a delegation from the National Freedom Party arrived to meet with the former president. MKMVA members are still stationed outside."
Responding to the picture of the convoy, Maimane wrote:
"No tea can fix this.Even if we send all the teapots to Nkandla. This is beyond tea."
Meanwhile, locals have had this to say about the shade:
"We know now this tea makes people lie and very stubborn. Everyone who drank that tea, he comes out talking nonsense."
"Jacob Zuma himself agrees it is beyond tea, he is not going to participate."
"Are you getting worried now?"
"It goes on to show the leadership deficiency in Jacob Zuma, he is not interested in cooling the temperature, but is happy to have his ego stroked!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that it was probably the most anticipated tea party in South African history. Julius Malema had offered to have tea with Zuma to discuss recent development regarding the Zondo commission.
It was the last thing Mzansi was expecting and many people doubted that it would ever actually happen but today, Malema visited Zuma at his home in Nkandla and they had tea. The Economic Freedom Fighters shared the pics of the "tea party" with South African and Mzansi reacted to the snaps.
It is still not clear yet what they are discussed but many have speculated that they'll discuss Zuma's recent defiance of the Constitutional Court order compelling him to appear at the Zondo Commission into State Capture.
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