- Eugene Khoza is back on the socials to shame the South African government
- Today, the outspoken podcaster commented on a video of Cyril Ramaphosa launching a tap in KwaZulu-Natal for the Bhekindoda water scheme
- Khoza's dissatisfaction sparked a series of tweets from netizens shaming Cyril and government for depriving citizens of water
Eugene Khoza is unhappy with Cyril Ramaphosa's governance. The comedian/presenter came across a video of the president at the launch of the Bhekindoda water scheme and criticised him for launching a tap and actually highlighting the negligence of the ANC.
Eugene criticises Cyril Ramaphosa's water tap
Eugene Khoza is sick and tired of the neglect many South Africans face at the hands of the government. In a post replying to Cyril Ramaphosa's trip to KwaZulu-Natal on 26 November 2023 for the Bhekindoda water scheme launch, Eugene criticised Cyril for doing the bare minimum:
"Wow, a whole tap."
"Here in Jozini and a number of areas in the province, water has been a critical issue that many of our people have raised. We've been able to demonstrate that there's a lot that we are doing to address the water problem."
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"N*gga opened a tap and called the media. Despise to perceive it."
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TheGBrown1 was humiliated:
"To be honest, this is embarrassing."
"The president is now officially opening taps. Election season is here."
"We can’t even say the bar is very low, there’s no bar."
Makhadzi throws shade at Eugene Khoza
In a recent report, Briefly News caught online reactions to Makhadzi's rant over Eugene Khoza's criticism of Skomota. During a sit down on Podcast and Chill, the comedian called Skomota mediocre and Makhadzi lashed out at him:
"Imagine spending 10 minutes emphasising that Skomota doesn't deserve the spotlight when people are relieving their stresses by watching him dance. You are tribalist and we won’t allow you to separate us, I am here for the Skomota issue."
Adding to the shade, the Sugar Sugar hitmaker went on to feature Skomota in her latest music video for Mapara.
Source: Briefly News