- A highly entertaining video of EFF leader Julius Malema giving the dance floor his all has been shared online
- In the fun clip, Malema seems to be on a stage surrounded by a crowd who were cheering him on heartily
- Soon many locals were also cheering Malema on in the comment section while also cracking a few jokes
A highly entertaining clip of the Economic Freedom Fighters' Julius Malema dancing with all his might at Uncle Vinny's birthday bash has been shared online.
In the clip, Malema looks years younger as he produces some pretty eccentric dance moves while surrounded by a crowd of supporters, who appear to be enthralled by what the politician had to offer.
"Malema ke bosso," the lit video was captioned.
South Africans absolutely savour the opportunity to dance and our politicians are seemingly no different.
Mzansi loved to see it and were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"And tomorrow he will be singing alcohol will never do anything for a black person."
"His dance moves I’d watch without compensation."
"Juju is wilding out"
"Yhooooo pedi men and dancing."
"Hai abuti o, okare hethe nyana shame."
"Yayishayile i brazo la."
"When was this?"
"I like Juju."
Briefly News also reported that the EFF's Julius Malema and South African entertainer Malume Vinny seemingly have a very close bond. Malema recently headed online to share a heartfelt birthday wish with the young performer.
The heartwarming post from Malema dedicated to Vinny features not only a lovely snap of the two of them together but also some very warm and fatherly advice about life and living righteously.
"Happy Birthday Son @VinnyMalume; remain a focused young man. Don't do drugs and abuse of alcohol; never allow your circumstances to obliterate your bright future. Let them talk, kill them with perfect dance moves. Enjoy Papa," he captioned the snap.
The post received almost 3k likes as many South Africans also took to the comment section where they joined Juju in wishing Uncle Vinny a very happy birthday.
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Source: Briefly News