- Duduzane Zuma recently headed online to share a clip of himself sharing supportive words with his da Jacob Zuma
- In the clip, Duduzane encourages his dad to keep on fighting for his right to defy the ConCourt's decision to have him forced to go to the Zondo Commission
- Soon he was trended as many South Africans shared their thoughts on the clip
Jacob Zuma has been receiving a lot of support from his daughter Duduzile Zuma regarding his decision to defy a ConCourt's ruling that he is compelled to visit the Zondo Commission and now his son Duduzane Zuma has also shared some support with his dad.
In a clip that has since gone viral on Twitter, Duduzane Zuma can be heard first speaking about political plans he has for the country and then he goes on to share words of encouragement with his father Jacob Zuma regarding his recent ConCourt defiance.
"Is it DZ24? I'm not sure what Duduzane is up to," @@Kgomo389 captioned the clip she uploaded of Duduzane.
Meanwhile many other locals quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the confusing clip. Read a few of their comments below:
"We have lots of jokes in this country, that one became a millionaire when his father was a president and they build a 250mil house with tax money next door to poor people that EFF had to go a help built a house, what did he do for the poor except to kill some in a taxi?"
"Who is "we"? And on whose behalf is he saying these things?"
"The Zumas have an obsessive desire for power."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that - 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.
"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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