‘Here is a sign of a small mind’ – Ndlozi roasts Vusi on Twitter

Vusi Thembekwayo and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.

Vusi Thembekwayo and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.

Fresh from a Twitter war with Sizwe Dhlomo, Vusi Thembekwayo has now been slammed by the EFF.

The past few days on Twitter haven’t been good for top motivational speaker and businessman Vusi Thembekwayo.

After being involved in a war of words with Radio 702 radio presenter Dhlomo, in which the DJ accused him of plagiarising his tweets on the taxi industry, Thembekwayo was roasted by EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi for having a ‘small mind.’

It all started when the EFF held their annual youth rally at Boipatong, south of Johannesburg, on Friday.

During his speech, EFF commander in chief Julius Malema told the crowd it was time they pushed to build factories and not malls in the townships.

He said mass industrialisation was the key to eliminating poverty and economic freedom. Malema was reintroducing the EFF’s manifesto, drafted at its founding almost three years ago.

Thembekwayo then tweeted: “I see my idea of building factories & not malls is finally being championed by a political org. Kuhle (that’s good) (next build factories in townships!).”

His tweet was then quoted by Ndlozi, who added that Thembekwayo had no intellectual integrity and had developed a false sense of self-identity.

One Twitter follower pointed out that Thembekwayo had probably not read the EFF manifesto and directed him to it.


Insults fly as Sizwe accuses Vusi of plagiarism in Twitter war

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