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According to Gareth Cliff "many of us are not afraid of the virus anymore'

Radio personality and former Idols judge know for his controversial comments released an audio clip calling the government's lockdown regulations too strict.

On his Cliff Central radio platform a blog clip, Cliff made it clear on the lockdown regulations, he's tired of them. Listen below.

https://twitter.com/JackDevero/status/1256521784574324737

Part of the audio, Cliff claims that "many of us" are not afraid of the coronavirus anymore which has shut business doors and has become a global pandemic.

He added that there is more of 'us' than law enforcement, that people could outnumber the police and soldiers if they tried to hurt them, he said, "President Ramaphosa, there are more of us than there are police or soldiers. Don't push us.''

Some Twitter users thought that Cliff's words were a threat and that he was insinuating violence:

https://twitter.com/NgwanakoSosha/status/1256578262207209473

https://twitter.com/goolammv/status/1256569481150824448

https://twitter.com/iGrootman_/status/1256576620263063553

Twitter users also wondered who Cliff meant with "many of us."

https://twitter.com/LesDaChef/status/1256567410364231680

https://twitter.com/zubairsay/status/1256571287146844161

https://twitter.com/XUFFLER/status/1256556369681006594

https://twitter.com/TMathinjwa/status/1256563063337234433

https://twitter.com/MonteCath/status/1256161108722962432

Others agreed with Cliff's views that some of the restrictions are unreasonable such as the ban on the sale of cigarettes:

https://twitter.com/ElsonChitiyo/status/1256567025528377344

https://twitter.com/Lindela86117780/status/1256576780456116224

https://twitter.com/MokaitsaneM/status/1256579473736163329



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