- A clip of former president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma having a blast on a yacht in Dubai surrounded by ladies has been shared online
- In the eyebrow-raising clip, Zuma and his crew of revellers are apparently celebrating the birthday of a friend named Max
- South Africans have shared various reactions to the clip, especially since Zuma shared his desires about becoming president in a few years
Not too long ago, Duduzane Zuma claimed that he had not been raised with a silver spoon in his mouth. Well, a clip of him living his best life while on a yacht in Dubai has made that claim incredibly difficult to take seriously.
In the clip that was shared by lit Twitter clips' plug, @kulanicool, young Zuma is surrounded by beautiful young ladies - one of whom, by the looks of it, is South African - while singing a Madonna song and sharing a sweet birthday message with his friend 'Max.'
"This mjita is living," @Kulanicool captioned the clip.
South Africans naturally had a lot to say about the clip, some of them even saying that the young man was "living off stolen money". Others however thought that he was allowed to live his life and made this clear in the comment section.
"Yes. He is living off stolen money."
"Stop the hatred, let the young man enjoy himself like any other normal person. We can't all be the same."
"Which is fine as long he doesn't come tell us how hard life is and how his skin colour is holding him back. If his money is legit then there is not a single black person that can tell us that they are being oppressed. If he can be successful what is your excuse."
"Someone out there thinks this gentleman, can stand to become the state president of SA."
In other Briefly.co.za reports, Duduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma has revealed that he wants to be the next leader of the ANC. According to an article by the Rapport, Duduzane has said that he wants to challenge President Cyril Ramaphosa for the presidency of the ANC.
Times Live reported that he was recruiting supporters within the ANC branches in Kwa-Zulu-Natal. Duduzane Zuma wants to challenge Ramaphosa at the ANC's next national elective conference. He said that this should not be seen as an attempt by him to interfere with the court challenges his father faces.
“It is time to move forward, and I believe there is now an opportunity to get involved. I believe I have a lot to offer [as president of the party] and I’m willing to stick my neck out for the ideals that are not being realised,” he told the paper.
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