VIDEO: Julius Malema called Elon Musk 'Alien Musk' and an 'illiterate' while addressing the 'Kill The Boer' song scandal KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, August 3, 2023

VIDEO: Julius Malema called Elon Musk 'Alien Musk' and an 'illiterate' while addressing the 'Kill The Boer' song scandal

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Julius Malema called Elon Musk 'Alien Musk' and an 'illiterate' while addressing the 'Kill The Boer' song scandal.

Julius Malema has clapped back at Elon Musk – whom he hilariously called “Alien Musk” – in a media briefing n Wednesday, 2 August.

The EFF leader responded to Musk’s claims that he was “pushing the genocide of white people” after a clip of him singing Kill The Boer went viral.

“Why must I educate Elon Musk? He looks like an illiterate. The only thing that protects him is his white skin.

“Elon Musk wants to learn about this song. The records are there in court”.

There was a physical altercation between some senior officials of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and a group of armed white men outside the party’s headquarters in Johannesburg.

The group arrived at the offices earlier on Wednesday to raise their concern over EFF President Julius Malema chanting the controversial Dubul’ ibhunu song.

The party’s secretary general Marshall Dlamini was seen laying his hands on some of the protesting men – who were voicing frustrations over the ‘Kill the boer, kill the farmer' chants.

There was a physical altercation between some senior officials of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and a group of armed white men outside the party’s headquarters in Johannesburg.

The group arrived at the offices earlier on Wednesday to raise their concern over EFF President Julius Malema chanting the controversial Dubul’ ibhunu song.

Malema alongside his supporters sang ‘Kill the boer, kill the farmer’ at the EFF’s 10th anniversary celebration at the FNB stadium this past weekend.

Tensions flared between the group visibly irritated men and the leaders of the EFF outside the party’s headquarters in Johannesburg.

The party’s secretary general Marshall Dlamini was seen laying his hands on some of the protesting men – who were voicing frustrations over the ‘Kill the boer, kill the farmer' chants.

"I won in court and the court said there is nothing wrong with singing Kill the Boer. There is a court decision. When do we respect court decisions? We won and we shall sing this song in line with the courts of South Africa.

"Why did the DA not join the case if they are genuine in their concern about the song? I will sing this song as and when I feel like it. It is not my song, it is a struggle song," he said.

The Afrikaans-speaking men, who were dressed in camouflage, were refused entry by EFF secretary-general Marshall Dlamini and MP Vuyani Pambo Dlamini.

The EFF leaders demanded to know why the men wanted to join the briefing and whether they were journalists. 

They were chased away from the area while Dlamini was seen beating some of them when they refused to leave. The Afrikaans-speaking men, who were dressed in camouflage, were refused entry by EFF secretary-general Marshall Dlamini and MP Vuyani Pambo Dlamini.

The EFF leaders demanded to know why the men wanted to join the briefing and whether they were journalists. 

They were chased away from the area while Dlamini was seen beating some of them when they refused to leave.

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