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Twitter Responds to Naledi Chirwa Calling President Cyril Ramaphosa “a Weak Little Boy”

Twitter Responds to Naledi Chirwa Calling President Cyril Ramaphosa “a Weak Little Boy”. Politics are definitely a dirty game. The kind of language politicians use on each other can leave one appalled. Now with social media plartfoms such as Twitter and Facebook, politicians don’t even have to wait for Parliament sessions, they drag each other anytime they feel like.

One political leader who is always being told off by other politicians on Twitter is President Cyril Ramaphosa. In 2020 EFF leader, Julius Malema took to social media to boldly say Ramaphosa is a bastard. “Ramaphosa is the bastard, and there’s nothing all of you, including him, can do,” Malema said.

Now another EFF leader has taken on the president. Naledi Chirwa is currently trending on social media for the words she used on Ramaphosa. The former student activist serving as a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa has called Ramaphosa a weak little boy, saying he throws tantrums when he gets overpowered by women.

You’re such a weak little boy. All your fellow stooges u sent to collapse Lindiwe were collapsed themselves. It won’t be surprising if u do what little boys do when overpowered by women. Throw the tantrum we are expecting it. You’ll forever remain a toothless boy. Mfana ke mfana,” Chirwa said.

As expected, her tweet caught the attention of many. Some people like media personality Sol Phenduka are not impressed at all with what Chirwa said. Politics aside, these tweeps feel Chirwa should consider the age gap between herself and President Ramaphosa. They even brought her nationality in, saying she should go back to Malawi.

Some on the other hand, are applauding Chirwa, and such is the nature of politics. They reason that people were silent when she used to take on former President Jacob Zuma, and now that it is Ramaphosa, they want to say something.

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