Tito Mboweni Admits to Flopping His Stew, Still Gets Dragged by Mzansi

Tito Mboweni Admits to Flopping His Stew, Still Gets Dragged by Mzansi

- Minister Tito Mboweni recently shared how he messed up a pot of beef stew

- Heading to Twitter, he shared some snaps of the meal which he was not too impressed with

- Many locals had no mercy for the minister and were soon adding to his pain by criticising him in the comment section

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SA Finance Minister and avid meal-maker, Tito Mboweni recently headed to his favourite app to share how he had ended up messing up a pot of beef stew. His post included some snaps of the stew which he is clearly unimpressed with.

Tito Mboweni Admits to Flopping His Stew, Still Gets Dragged by Mzansi
Tito Mboweni just can't win with his followers. Images: Tito Mboweni
Source: Twitter
"I tried to cook beef stew this evening. It did not work out. Naaa!" he captioned the snaps.

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Many locals seemed not to see or perhaps care that Mboweni had admitted his defeat and still proceed to the comment section where they laughed at his cooking skills. Read a few of their comments below:

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@TottsM said:

"What the ANC promises VS what it delivers"

@enetob said:

"This is the same person who is wasting vegetables while the dept he is running is failing to disperse money to dpsa to pay public servants."

@OtloMpha said:

"Beef stew isn't just a name. The main ingredient of the dish should be beef"

Briefly News earlier reported that Minister Tito Mboweni recently stumbled across one of many cartoons that depict not only him but many other South African politicians in a bad light. This cartoon, however, shows himself and President Cyril Ramaphosa.

The cartoonist cleverly implied that Minister Tito Mboweni was the one leading President Cyril Ramaphosa and the South African economy to its demise by showing the two politicians in a car - which can be considered the economy - driving off a clip.

"This is totally UNFAIR!! Unfair! No," Mboweni commented on the cartoon.

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Source: Briefly News

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