- A social media user, @KatlegoLTweets, shared a photo of a dish on Twitter
- The image shows a bowl of beans mixed in with peaches and he said black South Africans would understand
- However, Saffas had no idea what @KatlegoLTweets was talking about and they denied knowing the dish
On Monday, a social media user, @KatlegoLTweets, took to Twitter to share a photo of an usual dish. The image shows a bowl of beans and peaches and according to @KatlegoLTweets, it is a favourite for black South Africans.
He captioned the post:
"Only black people would understand."
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered over a thousand reactions and black South Africans in particular were confused.
Twitter user, @kuliroberts, commented:
"I'm very black and confused. Blacks from your hood or home?"
Another tweep, @Xesibeelikhulu, added:
"I don't understand, maybe I am yellow."
Social media user, @Orahh_x, wrote:
"I’ve always hated group work mara this one? Please don’t involve us in this one. Yoh no ways."
Even Mmusi Maimane reacted to the photo and it is clear he's not a fan either.
"Thou shall not lie," the former DA leader commented.
It is not the first time weird food had Saffas talking. Briefly.co.za previously reported a woman, Nikki Rosa, showed off the dinner she had cooked herself.
She revealed she made the chicken dish just like her grandmother. The photo shows pieces of chicken and veggies in a sauce - however, Mzansi was quick to point out everything was purple.
She captioned the post:
"I cook just like my granny."
A lot of comments showed that Saffas weren't exactly drooling over the purple chicken. Some had so many questions - including what planet her gogo was from.
Meanwhile, in other news, a Twitter user recently shared photos of a dress she had ordered versus what she received.
Identified as Nathi Mapekula, she had ordered a red dress with a wide slit up the front but got an oversized and different-coloured dress instead.
She shared the post in response to a lady who shared photos of an undersized pair of shoes she received from an online shop.
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