Malema allegedly celebrated Queen Elizabeth’s death. See what he said & who he wishes to die next
Malema supposedly praised the passing of Queen Elizabeth. Take a look at what he said and who he wants to die next.
Malema rejoices over Queen Elizabeth’s passing. Take a look at what he said and who he wants to die next.
Between 6 February 1952 and her passing on September 8, 2022, Elizabeth II served as the monarch of the United Kingdom. Her 70 years and 214 days of reign were the second-longest of any monarch of a sovereign state and the longest of any British monarch.
Many foreign leaders are mourning the loss of their former colleague, the head of the British royal family, who passed away from sickness yesterday. Because her majesty was so adored, many people attended to send their heartfelt condolences, including all of the political parties in South Africa, but not the EFF.
The ANC, DA, Cope, and Action SA went to offer the royal family their sincere condolences, and Ramaphosa sent his own personal condolences to the British monarch. However, the eff went to add salt to the royal family’s wounds by claiming that her majesty deserved to die and that she had stolen millions from South Africans.
Malema sent a second tweet in which he both celebrated the death of the queen and said that there was still one to go—Ramaphosa—indicating that he felt the party’s initial statement wasn’t strong enough.
God, good riddance; there is only one left in SA, he cried. 🕺🏾🕺🏾🕺🏾”
When Ramaphosa said that “one remains in SA,” South Africans quickly realized that he was referring to them and rallied around him, creating memes depicting Ramaphosa next to Queen Elizabeth’s bed.
See how this tweet was received below:
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