While prayers and messages of support are pouring in for the ailing Andile Mngxitama, a die hard supporter of EFF leader Julius Malema has thrown ugly shade at the BLF Leader. Mngxitama is on the road to recovery after he was hit by Covid-19. According to his sister, the controversial Mngxitama had been hospitalised for weeks after contracting the virus. The supporter of Malema, who goes by the name Setlentse, says Mngxitama, who is looking so frail, could have avoided the illness if he had vaccinated.
Setlentse is throwing shade because of Mngxitama's stance against the vaccine. The BLF President has been outspokenly vocal against the Covid-19 vaccine ever since we got to hear about it. Mngxitama has been sowing fear to the public, saying that people should not take "the 666 inspired DNA corrupting Covid-19 vaccines." His Facebook account was at some point blocked because of his conspiracy against the vaccine.
Mngxitama was spreading the gospel that people who take the vaccine will become zombies. In numerous occasions he said that people should reject "Ramaphosa's vaccine". It is sad that the virus almost took his life and now people are making fun of him. Some say he must call on his spiritual father, Shepherd Bushiri, to come and speak a word of healing.
Making fun of a person who is sick is not Ubuntu! May Andile Mngxitama get well soon.
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