- On Thursday night this week, Duduzane Zuma arrived at his father' Jacob Zuma's belated birthday that was held by the Sharks board
- Duduzane received a warm welcome from everyone at the Umhlanga party and was even asked to take selfies
- The party was held for Jacob Zuma who celebrated his birthday earlier this month
Duduzane Zuma yesterday received a welcome reserved only for celebrities when he arrived at his father Jacob Zuma's birthday party that was being thrown for him by the Sharks Board in Umhlanga in Durban.
Upon his arrival, Zuma was bombarded with greetings and requests for selfies by some of the hundred guests who were in attendance to celebrate former president, Jacob Zuma's birthday which was earlier this month.
"Duduzane Zuma at the Sharks Board where Sanco have gathered for a belated birthday celebration for former pres Jacob Zuma," @yasantha captioned a clip of the young Zuma speaking during a short interview at the celebration.
Later on, his father arrived at the party and received what can positively be described as an even warmer welcome from his many fans. A clip shared online also by @yasantha, shows a crowd of people dancing and singing cheerfully while Zuma smiles and laughs happily.
Timeslive reports that one of the attendees at the event said that the party was to celebrate Zuma who he says has done a lot for the youth of South Africa. He also said that those at the gathering believed that Zuma is innocent until proven otherwise.
In other Briefly News reports, 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 online clip.
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