Elon Musk and Julius Malema-Image Source@TwitterElon Musk and Julius Malema-Image Source@Twitter

‘You are in a cult’ Elon Musk Criticizes Julius Malema and EFF Supporters

Elon Musk, the world’s richest man born in Pretoria, has taken a swipe at Julius Malema, the controversial politician, and his EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters) supporters. This comes after a viral video emerged showing Malema singing the struggle song “Kill The Boer,” leading to accusations of promoting violence against white people.

Accusations of Genocide

Elon Musk didn’t shy away from expressing his concerns about the situation in South Africa. He accused Julius Malema of “pushing genocide of white people” in the country. In a tweet directed at South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, Musk questioned why there was no action taken against such controversial statements.

Elon Musk-Image Source@Twitter
Elon Musk-Image Source@Twitter

“They are openly pushing for genocide of white people in South Africa. @CyrilRamaphosa, why do you say nothing?” tweeted Elon Musk.

Elon Musk Suggests EFF Members Are in a Cult

Musk didn’t stop at condemning the controversial video and its implications. He also made an indirect reference to EFF members, insinuating that they may be part of a cult rather than a political party. In a tweet on August 1, Musk stated, “Unless there are a few issues where you at least slightly disagree with your political party, then you are not in a political party, you are in a cult.”

Twitterverse Reacts to Musk’s Comments

Elon Musk’s tweets sparked a flurry of responses from Twitter users, with many interpreting his statements as a direct swipe at the EFF. While some applauded his stance on condemning violence, others criticized him for getting involved in South African politics.

Julius Malema Responds

Julius Malema at EFF celebrations-Image Source@Twitter
Julius Malema at EFF celebrations-Image Source@Twitter

Julius Malema, known for his strong-willed approach, fired back at Elon Musk’s allegations of genocide, dismissing them as “talking s**t.” The exchange between the two influential figures escalated the conversation even further, drawing international attention.

Highlighting Farm Murders in SA

The controversy surrounding Malema’s singing of “Kill The Boer” also brought attention to the issue of farm murders in South Africa. The murder of farmer Theo Bekker and his wife Marlinda shortly after Malema’s performance ignited further concern and debate. Elon Musk expressed his distress over this matter with a simple but impactful tweet, using exclamation marks to convey his shock and disapproval.

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