- Seasoned broadcaster Eusebius McKaiser has come under fire from social media users after he bashed Elon Musk
- McKaiser took to Twitter to throw a low jab at Musk, who is originally from South Africa, saying his social media posts, and general vibe screams 1970s Transvaal roots
- Peeps came after the veteran broadcaster calling him out for being childish and jealous of Elon Musk's success
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South African Twitter users came out guns blazing at renowned broadcaster Eusebius McKaiser. McKaiser took to the micro-blogging site to share his thoughts on billionaire Elon Musk.
He said Musk, who is the new owner of Twitter, has a general vibe that shows that he decided to flee to Canada after Matric to evade being listed in the national service. He wrote:
"There's something about @elonmusk's tweets and general vibe that screams 1970s Transvaal roots; an English bootjie from Pretoria who hated cadets, and wasn't looking forward to conscription, so checked out Canada instead, after matric rage. Transvaal Twitter is very chuffed."
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Eusebius McKaiser's tweets came across as jealous to peeps. Many called him out for using Elon Musk's name to seek relevance on social media.
"I am very happy for @elonmusk. He has achieved so much ... this "English bootjie from Pretoria." Oh man ... South Africa has lost out on a genius! South Africa doesn't deserve him."
"Seems like Eusebius is jealous. The only thing amazing he recently bought was Woolies pies."
"You really should be more concerned about your blood pressure and cholesterol levels my good man."
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