Vusi Khoza on Adam Catzavelos' apology: 'Shove it where the sun doesn't shine'
Racist businessman Adam Catzavelos has apologised for his K-word rant in Greece.
In August 2018, Catzavelos recorded a video in which he used the k-word to describe how there were no black people on the beach
"Not one k****r in sight, f**king heaven on earth... You cannot beat this!" he said in the video.
The video, which went viral, caused an uproar across the country and prompted the EFF in Gauteng to open a case of crimen injuria against him. His case was postponed until July 10.
The crimen injuria case against businessman Adam Catzavelos was postponed to July 10 2019 to allow his lawyer to make representations to the Gauteng director of public prosecutions. A video of Catzavelos using the k-word on a beach in Greece, where he was on holiday, went viral in 2018.
Speaking outside the court on Thursday, Catzavelos told reporters that he was "completely embarrassed".
"In my moment of madness that I had last year, I am completely embarrassed and utterly ashamed at what I did and what I said.
"I express my sympathy and sorrow to anyone whose dignity was harmed," Catzavelos said.
However, the EFF's KZN chairman, Vusi Khoza, took to Twitter and told Catzavelos to “shove” his apology “where the sun doesn’t shine”.
Many South Africans agreed with Khoza's suggestions, adding that Catzavelos must face the music here.
Here is a snapshot of some of the top reactions:
#AdamCatzavelos— TiaraRay (@SydenhamStekkie) June 13, 2019
I ALMOST felt sorry for him as a watched him being pursued by the media in a parking lot, hiding behind a hoodie.
Then I watched his racist rant again. On a beach in paradise, basking in his privileged life, cursing as he celebrated the lack of Africans.
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