The controversy continues late into the night with Julius Malema’s foot still on the acceleration pedal. The repercussions of these Tweets will not end nicely as the EFF has a large number of loyal followers behind them who are backing them with the party’s idea.
Clicks have tonight posted a Tweet to remind their customers that they will not back down to the threats and will continue to trade on Monday 7th September 2020.
Clicks Trading Monday 07 September 2020 pic.twitter.com/XA453poHU6— Clicks (@Clicks_SA) September 6, 2020
In what seems to be a retaliation to Clicks’ Tweet, Malema has Tweeted that no one should disrespect black people after 2013 without any consequences, even if it means death.
If they want war give it to them including any land lord of any mall who refuses you entrance . No one must disrespect black people after 2013 without any consequences, if it means death so be it. We are ready for the ultimate sacrifice in defense of black people. #EFFMustRise— Julius Sello Malema (@Julius_S_Malema) September 6, 2020
Police have remained silent with the drama and have not released any information to suggest that they will be there to keep the peace.
People remain angry with the party on social media as they are confused as to why they are going to risk their own brothers and sisters at the work place where they could be forced off work if damages are caused.
NewsliteSA previously reported on Julius Malema ordering his “fighters” to attack Clicks on Monday.
What others are saying
Yet you kept quite when the Covid9 funds were looted pic.twitter.com/zdSUUmsYIX— K-C (@Kaledichris) September 6, 2020
Malema please go there without your guards wanna see something— Ke nna modiši wa🐄🐄🐄 (@NnaModisi) September 6, 2020
Misleading poor unemployed from informal settlements while you sit in your Sandton posh house— Motaung Oa Ramokhele (@LebonaMoleli) September 6, 2020