Julius Malema has finally responded to Ngizwe Mchunu’s tribalist comments in a viral video, calling out those who criticize him but seek his attention in public.
Julius Malema, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), has responded to Ngizwe Mchunu’s tribalist comments in a viral video posted on Twitter. In the video, Malema is heard saying that there are many people who talk badly about him but when they see him in public, they jump out of their cars and run to him asking for pictures and his signature.
Although Malema did not mention Mchunu’s name in the video, netizens believe that this is an indirect response to Mchunu’s comments. Mchunu had made it clear that he is one of the people Malema is speaking of, as he has been known to criticize Malema in public but seek his attention when they meet.
Mchunu’s comments had sparked outrage on social media, with many accusing him of being a tribalist. Malema’s response in the video has been seen as a way of calling out those who criticize him but seek his attention in public.
The video has gone viral on social media, with many people sharing their thoughts on the matter. Some have praised Malema for his response, while others have criticized him for not directly addressing Mchunu’s comments.
Regardless of the reactions, the video has sparked a conversation about the role of public figures in society and the importance of accountability. It has also highlighted the need for respectful and constructive dialogue, even in the face of criticism.