- DJ Warras, like many South African, is scared for his life as the crime stats rise at a rapid rate
- Warras expressed that he is pro-gun because of the fact that almost all criminals in Mzansi are armed
- Noting having a weapon on you, Warras stated that he feels you do not stand a chance of surviving when attacked
Mzansi radio presenter DJ Warras is pro-gun. Living in the scary times that we do, where crime is extremely rife, Warras believes that carrying a gun is the only way to protect yourself.
After having heard what is going on in the Cape Flats and the rest of South Africa, Warras took to social media to let the people know that he believes a gun is the only way you will survive.
Crime in Mzansi is alarming and people are starting to turn to things like weapons just to feel safe. Our beautiful country is becoming a place where its own citizens are even too scared to go out at night.
Warras highlighted the fact that almost all criminals in SA are armed, so, if you are not armed too, then you do not stand a chance.
“This is why I don’t understand why sane, rational, people arming themselves legally with licensed firearms is not promoted. The exception is promoted as the norm, and it’s a lie. In a country where ALL the criminals are armed, the people need to be armed too.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 28-year-old Mlungisi Thabathe was found dead in his car in Tongaat, KwaZulu-Natal. Thabathe was one of six men accused of the brutal killing of 16-year-old Andile 'Bobo' Mbuthu last year in KZN.
Reports say that Thabathe was killed in a drive-by shooting, an alleged hit on Gopalall Hurbans Road on Thursday, 1 April. In a statement, Reaction Unit South Africa stated that Thabathe was travelling when occupants from another vehicle opened fire with high-calibre rifles.
Thabathe was the owner of the venue which Mbuthu had allegedly stolen alcohol from. Thabathe was released on bail last year after approaching the Durban High Court. This after he was denied bail by a Magistrate's Court for allegedly intimidating witnesses.
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