“I’m A Free Man”| Watch Former President Jacob Zuma Living His Best Life With His Grandchildren


Right now, the former statesman is the most stress-free and happiest man in Mzansi.

A video is currently making rounds on Twitter of former President Jacob Zuma living his best life with his grandchildren, and Mzansi is here for it all.

Jacob Zuma went for a night out at one restaurant with people tweeps think are his grandchildren. The former President looked at peace and jovial as he had a good time.


Former President Jacob Zuma Living His Best Life [Image: Screenshots from the video]

Zuma had seemingly finished eating the main meal, and he was now having a very thick chocolate milkshake after washing down with cola. He picked a waffle from the milkshake and raised it smoothly as his elbow rested on the table.

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Zuma then looked at his table mates as they started laughing and hyping him as he hit them with his trademark grin. He then nibbled it before dipping it back into the milkshake and exclaiming to his grandchildren, “I’m a free man.”

Watch the funny video below.


Zuma’s post-presidency life has been tumultuous, to say the least, and he sure deserves to live his best life now.

The Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture, which ended in June, gave him considerable stress and pressure.

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The former leader was at the centre of the commission’s probe. It was concerned with his relationship with the Guptas, whose portfolio of companies enjoyed lucrative contracts with South African government departments and state-owned conglomerates.


Former President Jacob Zuma
Former President Jacob Zuma Living His Best Life [Image: celeb Gossip News]

Last year, “uBaba kaDuduzane” was found guilty of contempt of court when he defied a court order issued by the Constitutional Court for him to appear before the  Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.

His sentencing caused massive protests in South Africa which July 2021, which cost the economy billions of rands.

Three months later, he was released from jail on medical parole, and his sentence ended earlier this month.

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