This was exactly the case last night when eNCA reporter Nickolaus Bauer received a totally different reception from ordinary citizens in the streets of Braamfontein, Johannesburg, following Jacob Zuma’s resignation as the country’s head of state.
And Twitter has been dragging Nickolaus over his interview with one woman sitting in a car, who referred to Zuma as a ‘motherf*****’ while another man said ‘f**k him’ when he attempted to get reaction from them.
— Nickolaus Bauer (@NickolausBauer) February 14, 2018
Clearly Nickolaus was caught off guard by the sharp comments that have set Twitter abuzz.
Watch the video below:
NOTE: The following video contains strong language which may be unsuitable for children or sensitive readers.
— #SinuousLinesDesign (@Sentletse) February 14, 2018
This is what tweeps had to say on the viral video:
— THOTTIE. (@datkidisd0pe) February 14, 2018
Did anyone just see that (drunk) lady outside Kitcheners they interviewed on eNCA who called Zuma a motherfucker? ????????????????????????????
— lazi j. (@lj__ude) February 14, 2018
ENCA reporter interviewing people outside Kitcheners.
Reporter: “what do you think of President Zuma resigning?”
Drunk youth:“ he’s a motherfucker, he must go”
Next drunk youth: “fuck him”
This country ????
— Sarafina (@Pooleng) February 14, 2018
Braam Queen ithi Zuma is just a Motherfucker ????. Wow!
— A Global Citizen (@Mbovu_KN) February 14, 2018