President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation on Sunday on development about the country's Covid-19 response, since we last moved to level 3. The president has moved the country to level 2 of the lockdown after a significant decrease of new cases that are being reported on a daily basis and even the death toll has decreased.
Apart from the fact that the president moved the country to level 2, there is one other thing that most people took note from when the president addressed the nation. His dress code. We mostly used to the president wearing formal in terms of a black suits, but this time it was very different. President Ramaphosa was wearing a Madiba shirt and he look quite different.
As we know that South Africans are very opinionated and playful people, they did not leave this lying down. They don't care who you are. They will critisize if need be. One person of interest in particular who had some concerns about the shirt was Mmusi Maimane. Mmusi claims that Ramaphosa has stole his style. He says that he won't be able to wear his shirt anymore because Ramaphosa was wearing it.
"Now I can't wear my favourite shirt anymore. Ramaphosa is biting"
Some people seems to believe that this kind of shirts are given to people who are pushing the White Monopoly Capital (WMC) agenda. We know that this shirt started way back during Madiba and we used to call it a Madiba a shirt. When Mmusi Maimane was still in the DA, he also used to wear the same shirt. Now out of nowhere, we see president Cyril Ramaphosa wearing the same kind of a shirt. Some people are calling it a uniform of the loosers.
Mmusi Maimane want South Africans to decide between him and president Ramaphosa on who is wearing the the shirt best.
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