- A young man took to Twitter to share a photo of his post-workout breakfast and clearly he is properly fit
- The meal included a whopping nine eggs and possibly two avocados as well
- That wasn't the only thing that caught everyone's attention, as the man was accused of flaunting his luxury appliances and car keys
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They say the Twitter streets are not for the fainthearted and the pressure to keep up with the pack can be intense.
This seems to have played out on Wednesday when a young man shared an interesting photo of his post-breakfast workout.
Twitter user MNCEDI (@Bucwa_Michael) shared the image and it sparked controversy. However, Briefly.co.za noted that the tweet attracted nearly 4 000 likes.
The image revealed a whopping nine eggs in the frying pan and this caught the attention of many tweeps.
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The post can be viewed below.
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Briefly.co.za gathered that many tweeps felt he used the photo as an opportunity to flaunt his wealth.
They were flummoxed by the positioning of the car keys and the medley of Smeg appliances. It all made for some hilarious banter.
Zip Chiloane (@Chiloane) said,
"Ai... charming of Twitter ladies is rife here."
Mkabayi kaJama (@Mkabayi11) added,
"So you guys are going to pretend you don't notice SMEG here."
Porshe Cayenne (@Lebogang_Mar) said,
"Twitter standards are really giving you guys pressure."
Tbz@moi (@moifo14) asked,
"Did you drive for a workout."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a social media influencer shared a fairly innocuous tweet regarding his breakfast, but it received a strong reaction.
Twitter user KE SHARP (@danielmarven) shared a photo of his breakfast choice and it quickly got Mzansi talking.
Many were highly critical of the protein-rich combination of boiled eggs and baked beans.
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