The Wife Actor Stoan Seate Finally Apologizes After Anti-EFF Tweet Backlash
Stoan Seate, the actor who plays Sefako on Showmax’s The Wife, recently made a controversial post on social media about the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) national shutdown. Seate said, “F***ck EFF,” and was heavily criticized by social media users. Many of them attacked his acting skills, while others accused him of benefiting from a tender in the Free State.
Stoan Seate Apologizes for his Anti-EFF tweet
Due to the mounting pressure, Seate has issued an apology, saying that in the future, he will express himself with love, peace, and unity. Seate also acknowledged that his words hurt people, and he regrets that. He loves his country and understands that some of his family, associates, and countrymen are EFF members and voters.
The Apology her wrote read:
“After a lot of introspection and reflection I’ve realised that my words cut deep…and words do matter. I love my country and my people deeply and I understand that some of my family, my associates, and countrymen are EFF members and voters. Our country needs unity, not all this division. I love you all, even the ones that have been swearing at me, I understand,” he wrote.
“This is to say I still don’t agree with some of the doctrine, methods, and tactics used by the party and I will continue to express myself as a free man but in the interests of love, peace, and unity amongst black South Africans.”
Tweeps Respond to Stoan Seate’s apology
However, some social media users are not accepting Seate’s apology, claiming that it is just a way for him to regain favour among his fans. They argue that his apology is not sincere and that he meant what he said in his original post.
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