- Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung's husband Mohale has revealed how much stock of booze he has left amid the coronavirus lockdown
- Social media users who have run out of booze want the lockdown afterparty to take place at his place
- Government stopped the sale of booze as one of the measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the country
The lockdown afterparty is on you!
This is the reaction of most social media users who cannot believe how much stock of booze Somizi's husband, Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo still has left.
Many South Africans have taken to social media to express how thirsty they are since the sale of alcohol was halted in the country about a week ago when the 21-day lockdown began.
Government stopped the sale of booze as one of the measures to curb the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
@SHADE_WORLDWIDE had asked on Twitter:
"How much stock you got left?"
Mohale replied to the tweet:
"25 bottles of champagne, 6 bottles of sparkling wine, 2 bottles of Prosecco, 8 bottles of gin, 12 bottles of vodka, 4 bottles of whiskey, 1 bottle of Aperol, 2 bottles of tequila, 1 bottle of Jägermeister, 72 ciders, 12 beers and 4 bottles of wine."
Social media users who have run out of stock reacted to Mohale's post.
"Lockdown afterparty on you."
"Hopefully we don't need red bottoms to enter the party akere..."
"There was no need to depress us."
"I have a permit, I have a sanitizer, gloves and protective mask. I can Uber myself ke Kopa net 1 bottle hle ya wine. You can put it outside the gate in a black plastic bag."
Some users said they wanted Mohale to be "arrested" for having so much stock left while they had none.
"Bheki Cele arrest Mohale."
"Bheki Cele please do the right thing. Angeke phela, Mohale is hurting our feelings."
Briefly.co.za has reported that there were now 1 656 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 11 fatalities in the country.
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