- A clip of Jacob Zuma joining Zulu warriors in a chanting session has been shared online
- In the clip, Zuma can be seen with a traditional Zulu shield and spear in hand as he chants along with the Amabutho
- Many South Africans seemed to enjoy watching the clip and also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
Jacob Zuma has always been proud of his Zulu roots, which is why it comes as no surprise that a clip of the former South African president was shared online of him joining some Zulu warriors during a chanting session.
In the clip, Zuma, who is wearing a black suit, can be seen armed with a traditional Zulu spear and dagger. He can also be seen chanting while surrounded by other armed warriors doing their traditional ritual.
"When MSholozi join AmaButho. #Amabutho," @Bongani_Cel captioned the clip which he had uploaded to Twitter.
Many of Zuma's fans seemingly loved the post, liking it over 3 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"I stan this old man. Arrest him and see what will happen."
"Nothing will happen, the same as nothing happened when he was forced to step down as the president. Msholozi is not a messiah."
"Even his bodyguard had to join in."
"Same people who was with him kulayini and still voted for IFP."
"Ayisebenzi iPolitiki eButhweni. Usuke userver kwi regiment yakho."
Briefly.co.za also reported that 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.
"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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