An SA movement leader Mmusi Maimane and DJ Shimza had social media in meltdown mode on Tuesday after a fiery argument between the two.
The heated exchange began after Shimza heard the comments from the Prime Minister for Digital Communications, Athi Geleba, about a controversial sports field in the Eastern Cape that allegedly sold 15 million. formerly known as Queenstown, opened.
The opening of the sports field takes place a month before the local elections.
Many in the social Media, including EFF Vice-Chair Floyd Shivambu and Maimane, were suspicious of the cost of the facility.
In response to Shivambu’s testimony, Geleba listed some of the things that were going to be too contributed to the cost of R15 million.
The reaction of Shimza e r caught the attention of Maimane.
” This one, aikhona (no way). I see a lot of engineers and construction workers who say it is actually possible, but people have to clarify, “replied Shimza.
The light change quickly went to the left after Shimza questioned Maimane’s experience in construction.
Shimzas bae Geleba also started some smoke after Maimane told the DJ she was should buy flowers and ask for a quote.
The DJ previously denied his relationship with Geleba, which led to him signing contracts with the government.
< span> Shimza’s allegedly controversial deal with the tourism department under former minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane was also brought into the spotlight.
Earlier this year, Kubayi-Ngubane spent R 150,000 on a cooking evening with the TV personality Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung.
The cook-off, which was supposed to promote township tourism, took place in Shimza’s restaurant The Hang Awt in Thembisa.
TshisaLIVE previously reported that Shimza has declined to receive a tender for the cook-off.