Mbalula sends hilarious birthday message to himself and SA can't deal

Mbalula sends hilarious birthday message to himself and SA can't deal

- Fikile Mbalula shared a hilarious post online in honour of his birthday

- Mbaks reiterated that he's SA mother's crush in his birthday post

- The minister of transport then posted a video of himself dancing

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Although Wikipedia reports that Fikile Mbalula was born on 8 April, the minister of transport took to social media to reveal his actual birthday is on April Fools Day.

In a birthday post only Mbalula could write, the minister gushed about celebrating another year of life and what his existence meant to Mzansi and all the crushing mothers.

Mbalula captioned the post:

"On this days - a new entry to the Human Register was made. Gifting oMama benu with a crush that disables their ability to can and unables wound breathing to your fathers. Notably, blessing this nation with razzmatazz. 1st April - a Razz Day. Thanks for your messages."

Take a look at his post below:

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In another post, Mbalula posted a video of himself dancing and he captioned it:

"Entering my new year like."

Godrich Gardee wished Mbaks a happy birthday and revealed the minister of transport shared a birthday with his daughter.

Take a look at Gardee's post below:

Soon, Razzmatazz started trending on social media as more South Africans wished Mbalula a happy birthday.

However, there were those who had jokes because Mbalula celebrates his birthday on April Fools Day.

It's not the first time Mbalula called himself Mzansi's "crush". previously reported Mbalula took a bit of time out of his busy schedule to post a snap of himself.

The minister dripped with swag as he sported a black and gold shirt with a pair of shades. Mbaweezy cheekily captioned the post: "Nayi le crush yho mama benu" - which translated meas "your mother's crush is here."

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