Lol! Jacob Zuma Hilariously Re-enacts Viral ‘Zuma Must Fall Video

Lol! Jacob Zuma Hilariously Re-enacts Viral ‘Zuma Must Fall’ Video. The former president, Jacob Zuma, reminisced about the day when a few white ladies were protesting against him.

The former president, Jacob Zuma, reminisced about the day when a few white ladies were protesting against him. He mimicked the women’s actions as he was laughing. He did this in hopes that he would brighten the days of some people. “I thought I should brighten up your day,” says the president.

Tweeps were divided on the joke the president was making. Some tweeps found the video hilarious. One tweep says, “We will stand with this man until the end…” One tweep says the former president has a good sense of humour. The tweep says, “Whether you like him or not, the honest truth is the man’s sense of humor is out of this world…” One tweep says, “You just a blessing to a black child.” One tweep says, “This is a warning to those who marched with those Gogos…I can’t wait for this week to start.” One tweep says, “No one else but only uBaba can laugh at himself and make us lugh with him at the same time. I stand a hero.”

Some tweeps slammed him for the alleged crimes he did. One tweep says, “Thank the Gods, this THUG will only be on social media.” One tweep says, “I wonder if this old man is alright!” One tweep says, “You think, you’re funny?” One tweep says, “Stop smoking weed Zuma…” One tweep says, “Tell that to the millions living in poverty thanks to 9 years of you.” One tweep says, “You should be om trial for High Treason!” The former president has been part of headlines for quite some time due to the allegations of him swindling state funds.

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I thought I should brighten up your day

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by Alexandra Ramaite

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