Helen Zille’s Top Responses On Twitter

Helen Zille’s Top Responses On Twitter. Hellen Zille has always been trending on Twitter for her supposed negative remarks on a lot of things.

Hellen Zille has always been trending on Twitter for her supposed negative remarks on a lot of things. Last week she was in the spotlight for saying that black people are privileged because of the looting that most politicians do. This was a reply to Hlomla Dandala’s white privilege statement. The former Public Protector, Professor Thuli Madonsela, replied to her post saying that she should apologise for what she said.

However, Helen Zille is also known for her responses to other tweeps. The Democratic Alliance’s western Cape Premier has the craziest replies that South Africa has to offer. These are the responses that Helen gave people on Twitter:

Reply To Phillip Dexter about White Privilege Versus Black Privilege Debate

Helen told Phillip Dexter to pay his ex-wife and child what he owes then. The reply came after Phillip was against Helen Zille on the issue of white privilege and black privilege. The Democratic Alliance Western Cape Premier told him that once he sorts out his own “privilege” he can contact her again.

Helen Zille’s Reply To A Tweep Having Sex With Her Future Hubby For The Whole Day After Church

A tweep said that she can’t wait to get married so that she can have sex for the whole day with her future husband after church. The tweep said that she can’t wait to get married so that she and her future hubby can wake up on Sundays to eat breakfast, go to church then have sex while their roasting “Sunday food” in the oven. Helen replied saying that the husband is going to get tired from having sex all day.

Reply to Sam Beynon On The White Privilege Versus Black Privilege Debate

Sam Beynon posted a tweet saying that she is ashamed of being white because of Helen Zille’s concept of black privilege. Helen Zille replied to her speaking about her supposedly faking her accent. She asked her if she is still faking her accent, she also ended the chat saying that she misses Sam’s cultural appropriation.

Reply To Carol Johnson-Newman On The White Privilege Versus Black Privilege Debate

Helen Zille replied to the former African National Congress MP, Carol Johnson-Newman, on the black versus white privilege debate. Carol told Helen that she served as a member of the African National Congress for five years. The former MP then went on saying that white people in South Africa benefitted from apartheid. Helen replied to her saying that she benefitted during and after apartheid because she was first a member of the Nationalist Party then a member of the African Nationalist Congress.

by Alexandra Ramaite