Dudu Zuma has been on visible on twitter praising the #FreeJacobZuma protests even those of human beings causing damage to belongings.
Her response to these films posted on twitter angered many and that they said how she is promoting violence.
She tweeted a video of a couple of motors on fireplace with the caption, "Mooi Plaza... We notice You!!! Amandla!!! #FreeJacobZuma.
Whilst Bonnie Mbuli noticed this she replied by telling Dudu that there is nothing to have fun approximately seeing the destruction of other humans's property, there may be nothing Amandla about it, it's far despicable.
"how can you applaud for disruption of a person's belongings? The equal mess you're cheering up for will create a whole lot of uncertainties for the identical human beings you're encouraging! These companies will should get better the ones property in all likelihood some will lose their jobs" stated another twitter consumer
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