There's a post making rounds on the social media streets, whereby a film about the looting spree that occurred in KZN in July is being sold to the highest bidder in world.
During the unrest, while many of yall were watching videos and commenting on social media, Anthony George Kirkwood was filming the whole incident, knowing that someday when calm has been restored, he'll cash in big time.
It seems like that someday has come soon for Mr Kirkwood, as he just entered the short film, Purge South Africa, into one of the biggest short films competitions in the world and if he wins, he will cash in over $250K plus other benefits.
If he wins, the world will finally see the embarrassing cake looter who ate cake while Shoprite was being looted by the Jacob Zuma stooges.
Now let the world finally see that when a humanitarian life threatening crisis took place, our police and military DELIBERATELY stood back and did nothing until the citizens stood up and did THEIR jobs for them.
Mr Kirkwood turned a crisis into an opportunity during a difficult time in South Africa and now he stands a chance to win big.
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