There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who honour the dead, and Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
The former SABC COO capitalised on an already-engaged crowd at gospel singer Lundi Tyamara’s memorial to lash out at his detractors, adding that South Africans love him no matter what.
While everyone else was mourning a deceased son, brother and friend, Motsoeneng used his speech to blow some steam up his own ass.
“All broadcasting radio station, including community television, should play 90% South African music,” he said, adding that he was ‘sent’ to change South Africa.
“South Africa in our lifetime will never be the same because some of us are here to change South Africa, whether we occupy certain positions or not. Let me tell you today, South Africa loves Hlaudi no matter what.”