- Mbusiyseni Ndlozi recently headed online to share a post about Queen Elizabeth who is in possession of two of the biggest diamonds found in SA
- In his post, Ndlozi demands that the Queen return the large diamonds back to the country
- South Africans seem to agree that the diamond must be returned and shared these thoughts in the comment section
South African politician and member of the EFF, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi recently made some controversial statements online about wanting the diamonds that are in Queen Elizabeth's possession back from her.
In his tweet, Mbusiyseni writes that the crown needs to be "expropriated without compensation" and that the diamonds that are worth an estimated 5 billion dollars belong in the country it came from, South Africa.
"Expropriation of the Queen’s crown without compensation: we want our Diamonds back!" he wrote in a Twitter post.
South Africans have had this to say:
"Then one would ask, how is she of Royal blood if all the gold and diamonds that makes up her crown are from Africa?"
"You think the queen is someone you can just play around with like you did with Zuma, try it and let's see if you'll make it back alive boy. Just try it wena."
"Wanting the diamonds back to be given to the SA government that steals from its ppl. Diamonds are fine where they are. Gwa tshwana..."
"Please give him a ticket to go there, this little sunshine needs to know his place. And the English will teach him, very quickly."
In other Briefly News, a video showing a teacher combing a student's hair is dividing social media. The teacher seems to be using a lot of force while the student is bent over in front of her as she brushes his hair forward.
The Economic Freedom Fighters' Mbuyiseni Ndlozi is one of many who found the video truly disturbing. Ndlozi took to Twitter to share his thoughts on what he described as "child abuse and black self-hate".
Ndlozi's comments about the video opened a discussion in his replies section. Some claimed he was using race to push his political agenda while others were in full agreement with his statements on the incident.
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