The online version of The Sun (pffft) in the UK has published a story about how violent Cape Town is and that the 30 000 England fans should be weary of some of the most violent gangs in history.
F*ck right off bru.
Foreign correspondent, Dan McDougall apparently spent four months embedded in Cape Town’s violent street culture. The award winning writer has clearly used his impressive journalistic skill to come up with this piece of supreme f*ckery.
We all know Cape Town has its dodgy areas where gangsters and crime are a part of daily life , but why the hell start the story off with a reference to the 30 000 England fans who are coming to watch the World Cup?
Is there a stadium in Lavender Hill i don’t know about? Are bus tours leaving from hotels in the city dropping English tourists off in the middle of a Mitchells Plain gang stronghold to buy some tik?
We need less of this negative bullsh*t and more positivity. Like the great article 6000.co.za (go read it) published today which include the following awesome quote:
“After 80 years of the World Cup, Africa – whether some Europeans like it or not – deserves its chance to host the finals: and had you decided against coming here because of the horror stories (rather than financial restrictions), when the media changes its tune from negativity to fawning praise as the World Cup begins, where would you rather be? “