Edward Zuma, President Jacob Zuma’s son, says Ayanda Mabulu’s painting made him angry and he would hit the artist for portraying his father like that.
Mbuli said he was not intimidated by the president's son.
He said that Zuma should direct his energy towards holding his father accountable to the marginalized people of South Africa.
He doesn't scare me, I am here representing the people. He should talk to his father.— Ayanda Mabulu, artist
Listen to the full conversation from The Midday Report with Stephen Grootes:
Edward Zuma: I would definitely hit Ayanda Mabulu
Mabulu recently depicted the president in a painting, titled Pornography of Power, in which a woman is being physically abused.
Earlier, the president’s son said it’s not a threat to hit Mabulu but a promise.
Listen to the full conversation from The John Robbie Show:
It has made me angry and I would definitely hit him.— Edward Zuma, President Jacob Zuma’s son