Twitter left in stitches over "Jacob Zuma's" new side gig as a waiter

Twitter left in stitches over "Jacob Zuma's" new side gig as a waiter

So, Jacob Zuma is no longer the South African president, but a waiter left tweeps in stitches when he used his name to make it appears as if Zuma had a side gig.

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Briefly.co.za learned Radio host Redi Tlhabi shared a photo on social media of a dinner slip, with Jacob Zuma being listed as their waiter.

"Just finished supper at a Pietermaritzburg restaurant. Divine food. Guess who is surviving us?Goodnight everyone. And good luck to ALL the runners. May the pain be bearable. Dig deep and FOCUS", Tlhabi captioned the pic on Twitter.

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Times LIVE reported the restaurant's management said it was an inside joke, they used the former head of state's name and because their waiter's surname is Zuma.

The photo had social media users in stitches, and in true tweep style, they shared hilarious memes and messages in response to it.

"Did the serving person help himself to most of your dinner and eat it himself, deny everything, pay the cook to keep quiet and then make excuses not to go into the manager's office to explain himself?", @NakedScientist commented.

One tweep joked that Zuma was trying to raise money for his legal fees now that he faces several corruption charges.

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Some tweeps looked past Zuma's name on the slip and concentrated on Thlabi saying Zuma survived them instead of served them.

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