- The Economic Freedom Fighters' Julius Malema recently headed to Twitter to share a heartwarming birthday wish with local DJ Black Coffee
- Malema's heartfelt post features a photo of the two of them laughing happily together
- Many of the pair's fans also took to the comment section to share their thoughts and birthday wishes
Yesterday popular South African DJ, Black Coffee celebrated his birthday. In celebration of the special day, many local and international celebrities took some time to wish him a happy birthday - Julus Malema of the Economic Freedom Fighters is one of them.
The EFF leader headed to his Twitter page to share a truly heartwarming birthday message with the famous DJ. In his post, Malema says that Black Coffee is an inspiration to him and many others. The post also included a nice photo of the two of them together.
"Happy Birthday, @RealBlackCoffee my grootman. You remain an inspiration to many of us, continue to be a blessing to the world my man," he wrote in the post.
Soon many locals were sharing their thoughts in the comment section. Read some of them below:
"Your grootman?? kanti how old is Black Coffee?"
"My brada from another mother happy birthday."
"Black Coffee Is 45 Years Old And Julius Malema Is 40 Years... That's Why He Calls Him Grootman. It Shows Respect As Well."
"Is the legend birthday, please uberise for me the cake remainings."
"uJuju is very humble bafwethu, whether you hate or not this man is something else. Hey... Happy Birthday Mashimane, Qina ndoda."
In other Briefly.co.za news, Black Coffee is being roasted on social media after he shared a flyer of his birthday gig. Eagle-eyed social media users noticed that Euphonik was booked for the gig under his real name, Themba.
Many suspected that Black Coffee used the controversial DJs name because of the current bad publicity surrounding him.
Taking to Black Coffee’s social media post, tweeps blasted the musician for working with Euphonik. Twitter user Nomie_fied said: “Not Euphonik getting booked and being called Themba. Men don’t care shem. Not even the ones that pretend to be for justice.”
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