South Africa 28.11.2016 11:12 am

Malema declares Ndlozi a ‘national bae’

EFF national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. Picture: Gallo Images

EFF national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. Picture: Gallo Images

He has the looks, the singing voice and the dance moves – what more could you ask for?

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) national spokesperson has stolen the hearts of many South Africans, eventually earning himself the name “the people’s bae”.

It is his handsome looks, his way with words and his sense of humour in parliament that has left him with hordes of admirers.

Seeing as Babes Wodumo has been called a national treasure by her male fans, who even went as far as drafting a court application to pursue the courts to legally declare her as such and stop her marriage from Mampintsha, South African women probably don’t go far enough to claim their baes.

But even if Ndlozi’s fans have not gone legal route, EFF CIC Julius Malema has nonetheless noticed it, so he lent the movement a helping hand and declared his colleague a “national bae”.

Check out the picture below:

Wayawaya

A photo posted by Mbuyiseni Quintin Ndlozi (@mbuyisenindlozi) on

Ndlozi posted a picture on Instagram, looking handsome as always, and captioned it “wayawaya”. As most fans were commenting and admirers claiming him as theirs, Malema commented and wrote: “National bae,” a comment that left many in laughter.

Ndlozi's picture on Instagram.

Ndlozi’s picture on Instagram.

 

Ndlozi’s speeches have left ANC members stumped, such as deputy minister in the presidency Buti Manamela, who was left playing with his hands. The same man has left speaker of parliament Baleka Mbete blushing after he sent her words of congratulations in parliament.

WATCH: When Ndlozi made Mbete blush

The same man beat home affairs spokesperson Mayihlome Tshwete and Midvaal Mayor Bongani Baloyi in a dance-off on Club 808, leaving fans wondering what he cannot do, as they had heard him sing well too.

 

 

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