- Mr Smeg has finally reached the level of fame he has been relentlessly posting on Twitter for and Mzansi has had a lot of hilarious things to say
- The famous appliance lover recently bagged himself an interview on the local TV show, Expresso, where he appeared with his equally famous red Smeg kettle
- Not too long thereafter, Mzansi was all over the snaps of Mr Smeg standing in the Expresso studios and of course they were making a number of hilarious comments about it
It was a super halala moment for Michael Bucwa who recently bagged himself an interview on popular SABC 3 show, Expresso. Bucwa quickly rose to internet fame after he shared various posts that featured a red Smeg kettle and even referred to himself as 'Mr Smeg'.
The snaps of the appliance lover have been shared on Twitter and of course, Mzansi has gone wild. The pics have been retweeted a number of times as many people marvelled over how he rose to the top using only his love for the pricey Smeg brand.
Mr Smeg is in the building
Briefly News has taken the liberty of compiling some of the various tweets dedicated to Mr Smeg's Expresso appearance and trust us, some of them are super amusing:
"Like it or not but Mr Smeg magedlela shoulder whatever is one among peaceful gentlemen on this app."
"Smeg lama Smeg. Mr Smeg. Man's made to national TV. Crazy."
"Mr Smeg we woke early today because we believe in your potential. Keep it going man."
The famous kettle gets its makeup done for TV
Briefly News earlier reported that South Africans are reacting to an image posted by one of the most controversial figures on social media. Michael Bucwa is known for his poses with his red Smeg kettle.
This time he has taken it too far and the online community is still shocked to see him using make-up on his beloved appliance. Going by the name of @MrSmeg on Twitter, Bucwa’s latest image on the social media application has caused a stir.
The kettle man’s latest post on Twitter carries no caption but has received 402 likes and a couple of retweets by the time. Many people also raised many eyebrows at the questionable snaps.
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Source: Briefly News