Mbaks shares snaps of himself on duty, SA reacts: “King of memes”

Mbaks shares snaps of himself on duty, SA reacts: “King of memes”

- Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula shared a photo which showed him using hand sanitiser

- According to Mbaks, it was while being on duty

- The pics struck a chord with social media users and had many laughing out loud

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The king of memes is back it seems.

At least, this is the latest title that has been bestowed upon Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula.

This follows a recent tweet he shared which shows him applying hand sanitiser while on duty.

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The pic initially seemed innocuous, but it somehow started trending, attracting nearly 3 000 likes in the process.

Many tweeps saw the funny side and the common consensus is that the image would be ideal meme material.

The self-proclaimed "mama's crush" is also fondly known as Mr Razzmatazz. One thing seems clear - Mbaks has earned a cult following on Twitter.

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Thembinkosi (@Thembin59793315) said,

"But Minister no one is taking care of our grandparents in the KZN, no social distancing, so sanitisers, no chairs in these long queues, BAZOBULAWA madolo not (Covid-19) soon there will be no transportation, some will go back home empty handed."

Hustleprenuer (@AshwellNyarumba) joked:

"This guy employed a cameraman I tell you, he loves pictures yeses."

Twitter user @MasochaMbiza said,

"This will be a perfect meme chief."

BOHLALE WISDOM (@BohlaleW) added,

"Keep on blessing us with the memes."

Briefly.co.za reported that Mbaks has been as active as ever on social media.

He recently shared an inspirational photo which showed two SANDF soldiers assisting an elderly woman with her groceries.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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