- A clip of a woman grabbing the face mask off someone's face so that she could get in front of a news broadcaster's camera has gone viral in Mzansi
- In the clip, a report is heard saying that he could not interview her because she was maskless, she then grabs the mask off an unsuspecting man nearby
- Mzansi just cannot deal as many of them could barely stop themselves from heading to the comment section to share their thoughts
One of Ace Magashule's many supporters as were parked outside court today as they waited to hear the outcome of the ongoing court proceedings was caught on camera grabbing a mask off another supporter's face.
In a clip that was shared online, a news reporter can be heard telling the woman that she can't be interviewed because she was maskless. Obviously desperate to appear on TV, the woman then grabbed an unsuspecting person's mask who was standing nearby.
"#AceMagashule this lady just took someone's mask. This country. Bloemfontein," @@Wes_Nyakzin_ captioned the clip which he uploaded to his Twitter page recently.
Locals are far from impressed with the woman's behaviour and made that increasingly clear in the comment section. Read a few of their thoughts below:
"What a shame! This lady can't be serious, like really now! Someone's mask, from mouth to mouth?"
"And there we have the mentality of #CorruptACE supporters. Travelled by bus, public transport to a pubic gathering, all without a mask. Pay the admission of guilt and move on please."
"This thing of supporting political and church leaders to the extent that you don’t believe that they are wrong should just stop. In this day and era people still hero worship leaders that they are blind to the truth. Imagine leaving MP just to support someone living lavishly"
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Ace Magashule the ANC Secretary-General and seven others are expected to appear before the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court on Friday, 19 February. Magashule's supporters are expected to come out in their numbers to support the politician.
Magashule, the seven others, as well as five companies, are facing various charges. Some of which include fraud and corruption relating to an alleged awarding of an irregular audit contract of more than R250 million.
Magashule's followers have been drumming up support ahead of his court appearance as they plan to make themselves known outside the venue.
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