- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni often gets roasted for his fashion choices, in particular his shoes
- However, the minister threw some major shade at President Cyril Ramaphosa's kicks on social media
- Mboweni called his shoes a "better class" and asked Saffas why they aren't saying anything about the head of state's footwear
On Wednesday, Tito Mboweni posted a photo of two pairs of shoes. The minister of finance revealed the photo is of President Cyril Ramaphosa and his shoes.
Mboweni, who has gotten roasted over his shoes before, asked South Africans why they aren't saying anything about the head of state's kicks.
The minister captioned the post:
"Because he is the President, you don’t comment about the same type of shoes as mine. Actually mine are a better class!! Jaaa!!"
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered a couple thousand reactions and South Africans were left in stitches. However, some decided to roast both Mboweni and the president for their choice of footwear.
Twitter user, @Sisacinezelwe1, commented:
"Which ones belongs to you? I don't see any class on both though."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported Mboweni and his kids have jumped on the #JerusalemaChallenge bandwagon.
Master KG's Jerusalema has been doing the thing ever since it's release late last year. The song, which has achieved international success, started what seems like a never-ending dance challenge dubbed the #JerusalemaChallenge.
School kids, frontline workers, local and international folks and now even our Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni, everyone seems to be getting in on the fun. In a Twitter post shared by Tito, he can be seen doing the viral dance with two of his boys.
"Jerusalema with my boys!" he captioned the post.
In other news, Ntando Duma did not get the gigs that she has by sitting down waiting around for them, she worked hard.
With this pandemic starving all of us of joy, peeps have decided to remind themselves just how far they have come by posting what their very first salary was and Ntando joined in.
Just eight years ago, all Ntando was earning was a mere R840 a month - sis has come a long way since then.
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