- Mr Smeg took to the internet with a surprising video that nobody asked for showing him taking a bath using his trusty kettle
- The social media influencer caption the video saying that his is how people bath in style
- Social media users took to the comment section to share their disapproval and reactions to the unsolicited video
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South Africans were splitting their sides with laughter are Mr Smeg showed Mzansi how to bathe in style.
He shared a video of himself using his iconic Smeg kettle to pour water of himself in the bath.
Social media users were surprised with the video but ran with the jokes and shared their own hilarious reactions to the video.
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"Yoh this video kills me all the time."
"Do you use the same kettle to make your guests tea/coffee?"
N"ormal people don't do this."
Mr Smeg shows off his new ride, SA left super impressed: "Yerrrr Michael"
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Mr Smeg has once again left South Africans in awe after heading to social media to flex his new ride. The online influencer is certainly known for being a little flashy and local gents could not help worrying that the hot new car owner would be coming to steal their girls.
Heading online, @BucwaMichael shared the supercool snap.
"Travel in style," he simply captioned the post, along with a sunglasses face emoji.
SA reacts to R1.3 million fridge at 1st SMEG store in Cape Town: 'Mr Smeg will buy it'
In similar news, South Africans are gobsmacked and there is no way of recovering from it now after learning of a fridge costing more than most can dream of paying for a car.
News of a SMEG fridge that will set you back R1.3 million – yes, more than a million rand, broke in the last day after Business Insider reported that the first dedicated SMEG store opened its doors in Cape Town.
The handsome picking is the rarest of its kind anywhere, and the high-end Italian brand, which has been in homes for aeons, will attempt to attract eager connoisseurs of the brand in its dedicated store.
But why so expensive, you ask? Well, the lofty home appliance is a Dolce & Gabbana-inspired design the fashion powerhouse has collaborated on to produce a bespoke collection of limited-edition, individually hand-painted 'FAB28' retro refrigerators.