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9 Feb 2017
12:35 pm

‘Drama queens’ EFF boys who wear ‘panties’ going to insult elders

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Kenny Kunene appears to feel an allegedly cross-dressing EFF's choice of underwear will have a bearing on tonight's Sona.

EFF Whip and party secretary general, Godrich Gardee(L), EFF Leader Julius Malema (c) and EFF deputy president Flyod Shivambu. Picture: Nigel Sibanda

‘Sushi King’ and original founding member of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Kenny Kunene has shared his thoughts on the shenanigans he says his former party colleagues will be up to tonight in parliament during President Jacob Zuma’s Sona.

EFF CIC Julius Malema’s former friend took to Twitter to warn South Africans that the “red drama queens” were going to parliament just for drama. He said they were going to insult the elderly [Jacob Zuma], the one person who has of course received the most punches from the EFF leader.

Not only will the EFF insult the elderly, but will also do so while wearing “panties”, further saying they were promiscuous. It’s unclear why on earth he said this though.

Malema’s party has to put up a show tonight in service to their master, says Kunene, who, along with people like Andile Mngxitama, has accused Malema of being a “London agent”.

It’s not as if these “elders” need Kunene to defend them though. The “weak” appear to have everything under control as the president has authorised a deployment of the SANDF, which will be helping the SAPS and also state security to help maintain “law and order” tonight.

The move has been highly criticised, with the EFF alleging the president was planning to “murder” those who disagree with him.

However, Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has lived up to her job title and defended the president’s decision, saying there was nothing strange about it.

“So I’m just saying that there is nothing strange, new or untoward about the processes that have been followed.

“I want to assure South Africans that here there is no abuse of state power. In any request made that we have to deploy, we do so only in support of police. The defence force will be on standby in the event that a calamity will occur,” she said.

Read more: Nothing strange about SANDF deployment, says defence minister

In the meantime, the president said he was looking forward to the meeting tonight, further saying the EFF “must bring it on”.

Watch the video of the jolly president below:

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