Why are people upset that Duduzane Zuma was shackled? Is it because he's hot?

Is the outrage over Duduzane Zuma being shackled justified?

Was it wrong to shackle him when he appeared in court or the court/police were within their right to do so?

Eusebius Mckaiser thinks people are upset because Duduzane is just too hot.

I think because Duduzane has pretty boy privileges. If he wasn't hot, you wouldn't be half as upset.

Eusebius McKasier, Show host

Step aside Mbuyiseni Ndlozi and welcome Duduzane as nations people's bae. The dude is hot, lets leave everything aside. That is why we are touched on our studios.

Thembinkosi, Caller

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He came to South Africa because of the funeral, I believe he is still a flight risk. The way they treated him in court, I support it.

Nico, Caller

Taking the topic a little further, McKaiser asked who else is hot to be in shackles.

Some police officers called in and explained the process of being shackled...take a listen...


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