Zuma's Daughter Spills the Tea on Cele's Visit with Her Father

Zuma's Daughter Spills the Tea on Cele's Visit with Her Father

- Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla revealed details of the meeting held between Police Minister Bheki Cele and her dad, former president Jacob Zuma

- Cele refused to speak to journalists camped outside Nkandla and sped off after the meeting

- Duduzile said that although no tea was had, the two comrades had a good conversation and shared some laughs

- What she did reveal was that if an arrest warrant was issued, Cele would be the one to fetch her dad

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Police Minister Bheki Cele was tight-lipped about his meeting with Jacob Zuma and refused to divulge any details. However, Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla posted a tweet that revealed details of Cele's visit with her dad.

Zuma's Daughter Spills the Tea on Cele's Visit with Her Father
Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla shared some details about Bheki Cele's meeting with her dad Jacob Zuma. Photo credit: @DZumaSambudla
Source: Twitter

She said that there was no tea at this party, just good conversation and laughs between comrades. She did reveal that if an arrest warrant was issued against her dad, Cele would be the one to fetch him.

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"No #NkandlaTea was served but great conversations and laughs were shared amongst Comrades, one of them being, should an arrest warrant be issued, it is the Minster that would come and fetch @PresJGZuma ."

When Cele left Nkandla he ignored the host of journalists gathered outside Zuma's home.

Tweeps took to the comments section of Duduzile's post:


"I am still amazed at the disrespect shown by Bheki Cele. As a Zulu man and older man, he should know that it is disrespectful to enter another man's house wearing a hat, not to mention putting it on while you're inside the house, something you don't even do at your very own house."


"It can't be disrespect if the owner of the house sees nothing wrong, that's Zuma's house, not yours. In the pictures, Zuma is happy with Bheki Cele the way he is."
"I'm sure nawe emzini wakho(that's if unawo), you have your own rules."

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"No need to issue an arrest, uBaba must attend the Commission."
"All we need is his side of the story, then we move forward to correct whatever mistakes he might have committed."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Police Minister Bheki Cele met with former president Jacob Zuma. The meeting comes after the former president refused to attend the Zondo Commission at the beginning of the week.

South Africans have taken to social media to discuss what tea will be made or spilt during the meeting.

In other news, Duduzile Zuma is proving her loyalty to her father, Jacob Zuma through and through - and once again she is doing so very controversially. The young woman recently headed online and shared a clip of her father and some Zulu warriors chanting together.

In the clip which she posted on her Twitter page, Zuma sits down and chants along while surrounded by Zulu warriors. The words they are chanting go along the lines of "If you touch the mamba, you will see its fangs" - an obvious warning to those opposing Zuma and his refusal to comply with the South African Constitutional Court.

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"Wathinta imamba uzobona amabele enyoka... Qhubekani (If you touch the mamba and you will see the snake's fangs ... Go on)," she captioned the short clip.

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