- Fikile Mbalula is known for being active on social media and sharing controversial posts
- Recently the Minister was on the receiving end of some sort of trolling by media personality Sizwe Dhlomo
- It seems as though the Minister did not catch on to the post shared by Sizwe and thanked him instead
SA media personality and radio host created quite the buzz on Twitter after trolling Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula. Mbalula has been sharing an array of controversial tweets on the microblogging app and it seems that Sizwe had some fun.
Dhlomo 'defended' the minister by saying he is a consistent minister who supports the leader of the African National Congress. Sizwe's tweet came across as quite funny to many social media users but Mbaks didn't catch on.
Mbalula shared a response to Sizwe, thanking him for after the 'supportive' tweet.
Take a look at Sizwe's tweet with Mbak's response below:
Below are just a few of the responses to the rather odd interaction:
"No backbone doesn't have something he believes in but worship the winners."
"There’s only one consistent minister in ThumaMina administration, that’s Zweli Mkhize, imagine if Mbalula was our health minister."
@DuzzAaron wrote in response:
"That was not a compliment Mbaks."
"You don't even notice Sizwe's sarcasm."
"This one went right over his head..."
@kholumodumo1 responded with:
"You didn’t get what he’s low key calling you, but it’s thinking season."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Sizwe after he shared a post about EFF leader Julius Malema. He believes that Malema has what takes to effectively oppose the ANC. This comes after the leader of the EFF delivered a passionate speech addressing President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address.
Malema was highly critical of Ramaphosa in his speech and called him incompetent, incapacitated and unreliable. This seemed to strike a chord with Dhomo who reacted positively to his emotional address.
"The more Julius speaks, the more he comes across as the official opposition leader..."
His fans then took to the comments section to share what they thought of the controversial leader
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