Duduzane Zuma, who is a business partner of the controversial Gupta family, has spoken exclusively to the BBC, saying he is 'super happy' he met the Guptas. Duduzane spoke candidly about the corruption scandal engulfing South Africa, denying allegations that he is involved it.He told the BBC there was "nothing untoward" about his business partnership with the Gupta family, saying his relationship with the Guptas came down to nothing more than him being "a likeable guy".Duduzane also denied allegations by former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas that he was offered a bribe by Gupta family. So what did Twitter have to say about the interview? Duduzane Zuma was well drilled for this BBC interview. I can appreciate good spin when I see it.— Zimasa (@mooshtaffa) September 1, 2017So Duduzane Zuma and the Gupta's only do BBC interviews. Is that not the same West they are constantly berating? Damage control! #ZumaQandA— Jason Thorne (@Jason_Bakkies) 1 September 2017How proud we all must be seeing Duduzane #Zuma interviewed on the BBC. Our own Prince William?— Evita Bezuidenhout (@TannieEvita) September 1, 2017So this Duduzane Zuma says he's a "LIKEABLE" guy. This word must be a qualification now cause he suggests it got him the Gupta gig.... ??????— Mninawa Ntloko (@ntlokom) September 1, 2017"I'm not corrupt, I think I'm a likable guy" Duduzane Zuma 2017. — ArmyOfOne (@RickyMarima) September 1, 2017Duduzane Zuma says Pravin is a failed minister. I'm afraid to ask what he must think about his father... ?? #ZumaQandA— Jack D (@JackDwyer_1) August 31, 2017Duduzane Zuma is terribly charming!— Jerome Cornelius (@jawonthefloor) September 1, 2017I'm such a likable guy, I should be a billionaire yazi ????#duduzanezuma pic.twitter.com/CzP8H10rCf— Sidima M Mehlomakulu (@SidimaMM) September 1, 2017Watch the full interview here: What do you think? Tweet us! @News24.