This was not for the first time Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi criticized Whiteness. Immediately after the results of local government elections, Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi blamed Whiteness for Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) poor performance.
Yesterday he took it to social media again to say that, "Whiteness is the problem". Unfortunately this time people didn't stand with him but grilled him.
Following is how people responded harshly to him.
Gloom, "The EFF is funded by white cigarette smuggling mafias. Julius Malema lives in a house owned by a white man. Julius Malema uses white lawyers. If you have a problems with whiteness go tell your cult leader.".
"VBS, JRA looting, Mazzoti, illegal cigarettes, On-point engineering, all under the pretense of lifting up the poor black child is the worst problem."
"Yet your CIC told us he vaccinated because he saw Whiteness vaccinating. If the same vaccine was rolled out here first on Black people he wouldn’t have vaccinated."
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