- DJ Maphorisa posted a picture online of himself in his kitchen and it had unintended consequences
- Social media users were fascinated by his kitchen, how small it was and other details such as marks on the walls
- The comments section was flooded with observations and criticism of his kitchen
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You know what they say about good intentions and roads, well DJ Maphorisa wanted to post an innocent picture of himself in his kitchen and social media users only had one thing to talk about.
The thing on everyone's mind was the fact that he had such a small kitchen for someone with so much wealth, but it didn't stop there, fans focussed in on the smaller details, dirty cupboards, the lack of a dishwasher.
Briefly.co.za reported that they went further and criticised his dirty dishes and washing utensils. With some users asking where the luxury cooking appliances were which we are used to seeing in celebs kitchens.
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Here is what social media users had to say about his kitchen:
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that social media icon Somizi Mhlongo has posted a picture of his latest purchases for his kitchen. The star flexed online but has received mixed reactions from South Africa.
The picture shows a tower of 6 appliances, all from the luxury brand SMEG.
He captioned the pic with the following:
"Our kitchen is now lit..."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kaizer Chiefs star Willard Katsande entertains football fans for a living on the soccer pitch.
Katsande shared a video, which showcased his fashionable outfit and strutted his stuff around his neighbourhood.
His walk seemingly started off in slow-motion, but then sped up dramatically.
The interesting video caught the eye of Mzansi hitmaker DJ Maphorisa and had him seeing the funny side.
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