Fikile Mbalula has over the years enjoyed the fame and exposure he gets from twitter. Followed by former minister of finance Tito Mboweni, Mbalula enjoys a lot of following on social media. These many followers however do not all come in peace. Some are trolls that share and respond vile comments on people's posts, while some are on this social media platform simply for entertainment.
Mbalula however seems to enjoy all and any entertainment he receives on twittter, he does not bow down to trolls, alway sharing laughs and interacting with everyone.
Nothing however could have prepared him for comments he received. Mbaks, as he likes to call himself, posted a picture of himself with a chiskop haircut, clearly exposing his head. It was a shock for many as Mbalula always has an Afro. He was laughed at for his box head, many said he looked more of woman now.
Fikile April Mbalula is a South African politician who is currently serving as Minister of Transport. He previously served as both Minister and Deputy Minister of Police and Minister of Sports and Recreation.
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