- DJ Shimza has joined a list of Mzansi's rich and famous who have showed off their cooking skills on social media
- The musician compared his not-so-impressive skills in the kitchen to those of Finance Minister Tito Mboweni
- Just like the minister, Shimza added a lot of garlic as a flavouring to his stew and hilariously expressed that he loves it
DJ Shimza has taken to social media to show off his cooking skills. The musician shared photos of the stew he was cooking for dinner on Sunday night.
Shimza added a lot of garlic to his dish with the hope that it will taste good. He hilariously compared his cooking skills to those of Finance Minister Tito Mboweni. Mboweni loves posting pics when he is preparing something to eat. The DJ captioned his post:
"No chef, I just kopakopansa like @tito_mboweni. We love garlic."
Social media users flooded Simza's comment section after his post. Most of them asked Shimzawhat his food tasted like. The DJ ignored their question, but said: "I'm full." Check out some of the comments below.
"How does it taste brother?"
"Are you guys ready for the new show?"
"Add water, more water."
"If you wanna challenge Tito... Then next time you must put too much garlic."
In other news related to Mboweni, Briefly.co.za recently reported that the Finance Minister recently took to the social media platform to show off his cooking skills. Mboweni shared photos of his ingredients before showing Mzansi how the end result looked.
The minister appeared to be proud of his dish but he ended up getting roasted again. Mboweni made a boerewors stew using garlic, red and yellow peppers, onions, curry powder and the fan favourite, sausage. He captioned the post:
"A couple of days ago. Boerewors stew: Garlic, red and yellow peppers, onions, curry powders and wors. After budget debate, now warming this up for lunch."
While there were those who applauded Mboweni's cooking skills, others used the opportunity to take a swipe at the minister. Most tweeps said he needed a wife.
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