Lady spoils hungry man with Chicken Licken and tweeps have no chill

Lady spoils hungry man with Chicken Licken and tweeps have no chill

- Ngoako Sefoko appealed to tweeps to buy him Chicken Licken

- Kokie sent him R100 and he bought himself a meal

- He thanked Kokie on Twitter and tweeps went wild over what he should do next

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A young lady from Polokwane, Limpopo, recently spoilt a hungry man with a Chicken Licken meal and tweeps simply can't handle it.

The man, Ngoako Sefoko, had earlier appealed to tweeps to buy him Chicken Licken, Briefly.co.za gathered.

The lady, who calls herself Kokie, subsequently asked him to send her his cellphone number so she could send him R100 to buy his favourite meal.

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Ngoako then posted a tweet thanking Kokie for her generosity. He accompanied it with a photo of himself enjoying his meal.

Interestingly, Kokie suggested in a replying tweet that she was trying to do much more than simply buying Ngoako a meal.

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The exchange between Ngoako and Kokie made tweeps go wild with suggestions on what he should do next.

Many suggested that he should "slide into her DMs" and possibly start a romance.

Some started talking about a wedding already.

Some tweeps praised Kokie.

Meanwhile, Ngoako confirmed that he has already moved things into the DMs.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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