Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Motsoeneng accused Mashaba of only being a front face of the political party.
“Hairman Mashaba is just a front. He has low-key funders,” wrote Motsoeneng.
This follows after ActionSA made gains in the townships and suburbs of Johannesburg as a new offering for voters.
The party is projecting a win of 20% in Johannesburg and the counting is not yet complete.
People on social media attacked Motsoeneng and told him to go to Weskoppies because that’s where he belong.
“For white people it's all about the dynamics of power, for feebleminded natives always the time to mock each other & we wonder why we're at the bottom of the racial foodchain!” wrote a user.
meanwhile, this is not the first time Hlaudi attacked political parties, two weeks back he was in Free State and promised that he will make wonders in the province if they vote for him. He said the ANC failled them.
“You can’t trust the ANC, they have failed QwaQwa and Maluti-a-Phofung [local municipality] for the past 27 years,” said Motsoeneng.
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