We just want to talk, come from Adam – it's sunny.
These were the words that Ekurhuleni EFF members called when they reached the Edenvale house of Adam Catzevol's Friday. They said that they had "visited" the residence of Catzavelos to send a message to him after his video in which he saw the use of the K-word to refer to black people.
It is assumed that he has taken the video on a beach in Greece. In the video he was bragging, he said he had the time of his life because there was no "single" k **** "in sight".
According to Fani Sibeko, the party got a tip from the guards in the area that Catzevols was in the house and was spotted in the morning. Despite the shouts and mob at the gate, nobody came out of the house and there was no sound or movement. There was only a white BMW parked in the garden.
The EFF said they simply wanted to welcome Catzevol's house because there had been no "k *****" where he was on vacation. The Edenvale police was also on site and kept an eye on the situation and their presence began to rise towards lunch.
According to the police, the party had illegally collected and instructed the members to spread.
Sipho Watkins, EFF Ekhurhuleni secretary, said he was confident that they had sent a message to Catzavelos.
"We came and did what we had to do. The message was sent and he does not know how to mess with black people," said Watkins.