[watch] Gayton blasts Zambian politician over Bafana Bafana comment

[watch] Gayton blasts Zambian politician over Bafana Bafana comment

‘South Africa can swipe your country,’ Gayton McKenzie angrily told the politician who joked about Bafana Bafana’s Afcon performance.

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South Africans across the country are over the moon after the national soccer team, Bafana Bafana, was able to defeat Cape Verde 2-0 last night. The team are now in the African Cup of Nations (Afcon) semi-finals and will face Nigeria next weekend.

Many social media user are discussing the team’s performance including Zambian politician Joseph Kalimbe who decided to troll SA’s economy.

He was, however, swiftly put in his place by Patriotic Alliance’s (PA) Gayton McKenzie.

GAYTON MCKENZIE SLAMS ZAMBIAN POLITICIAN OVER CHEEKY BAFANA BAFANA JOKE

It’s been a great weekend for South Africans who are riding the wave of Bafana Bafana’s success.

The national soccer team are following in the Springboks’ footsteps and making the country proud as they participate in the Afcon tournament.

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While South Africans are proudly bragging about the team, people from other country’s have not stopped taking jabs.

One person who took a jab is Zambia’s Joseph Kalimbwe. Taking to X, he wrote how Bafana Bafana should be hired to fix SA’s economy.

“Cyril must hire the Bafana Bafana goal keeper to save the South African economy,” he wrote.

He was quickly blasted by the PA’s Gayton McKenzie who quickly put him in place.

“South Africa can swipe your country with a savings card, stay out of our affairs,” wrote Gayton.

MZANSI JOINS IN

In the comment section, many joined Gayton in slamming the Zambian politician.

“I love you for that response Gayton, because despite the political differences you have with Cyril by you show patriotism.” one person said while another wrote:

“Look who’s tweeting a jealous, bitter, and hateful Zambian. Which economy needs to be saved Zambian, or South Africa? You are tweeting from an empty stomach. Come and collect your Zambian brothers in South Africa.”

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