- A clip of Julius Malema sharing some advice on how to keep a happy family was shared online by a popular Twitter user
- In the clip, Julius Malema can be heard saying that people should prioritise taking care of the elderly women in their lives
- Many of his fans and followers loved hearing what he had to say and were soon sharing their thoughts in the comment section
Julius Malema is known for his thought-provoking speeches. The young EFF leader was once again captured on camera with one of his many moving speeches. In the speech, Malema touches on the importance of taking care of the various women in your life.
Malema can be heard saying that people should avoid spending large amounts of money drinking and having fun with friends while their moms and grandmothers are not taken care of. Malema also says that he always gives his grandmother R20k to make sure she is well looked after before he goes out having fun with strangers.
"Lalela La," @Advobarryroux captioned the clip.
Mzansi completely agreed and were soon sharing their thoughts in the comment section. Read a few of them below:
"Forget about R20k. The message is about taking care of both families with what you afford. He can give R20k, I might not, but I can give what I afford."
"Speak the truth, we spend the money on useless things with useless people who don't have money themselves."
"That's an interesting speech from Mr Julius Malema, I didn't know he had such a calm personality, we know the one where he says, fall and everybody kneels and runs around."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a short clip of a very passionate boy has been shared online by a man with the Twitter handle, @T_P_Mhlanga. In the clip, the young student is one of many other students who seem to be cheering about something.
What makes the young man stand out from the rest of the crowd is the passion with which he is joining the big cheering session. With a very serious look on his face, the little one is shouting at the top of his voice. Many compared him to EFF leader, Julius Malema.
"We all know which UNIVERSITY will take this kid right futhi there's no need for him to apply #PrisonWarder," @T_P_Mhlanga captioned the clip.
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