Siph Ndlovu, a believer in conservatism according to his Twitter page, has expressed his dismay over black people questioning his blackness just because he disagreed with the EFF leader, Julius Malema.
Taking to Twitter on Friday, Ndlovu posted that his identity as a black man did not depend on whether he agreed with Juju.
"My blackness gets questioned by other blacks when I disagree with Julius Malema. I didn't know that my identity as a black man depended on whether I agree with a man who is a communist, gave us Zuma, bankrupted Limpopo and uses race politics to poison the minds of our youth.", his post read.
However, his message received some backslash, with Juju's followers defending him against Ndlovu's Limpopo accusations.
But, Ndlovu is not shy of expressing his opinion and he hit back, defending his statement.
It was not long before other social media users jumped into the debate, agreeing with Ndlovu.
The debate continued, as different social media users expressed their opinion on whether Julius Malema is the country's knight in shining armour or South Africa's downfall.
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