- Tito Mboweni once again showed off one of the dishes he cooked on his social media account recently
- The Minister of Finance posted a snap of the garlic-stuffed chicken he roasted
- The post gathered thousands of reactions and fast-food chain restaurant Nando's took a swipe at Mboweni's chicken
Tito Mboweni loves to cook and he has proved it over and over again online. The Minister of Finance often takes to his social media account to share photos and recipes of the dishes he prepares for himself.
Most recently, Mboweni treated himself to a garlic-stuffed roast chicken and he shared photos of the process and end product on Twitter.
In one of the posts, the minister wrote:
"A very simple meal today. Lots of garlic as usual! Roasting the chicken. Not complicated."
Mboweni then shared a snap of the chicken after it had been roasted for 45 minutes.
"Just about done. It looks good."
The post gathered a couple of thousand likes and a hilarious comment from a fast-food chain restaurant.
Nando's is known for its witty and savage comments on social media and the admin behind the page decided to take a hilarious swipe at Mboweni.
Picking up on some of the comments on the minister's original post, Nando's wrote:
"South Africa presents: The Roast of Tito."
Take a look at the post below:
Mboweni had no hard feelings over the post and he retweeted Nando's' comment. South Africans could not stop laughing at the jab and they gave their two cents' worth in the comment section.
However, some South Africans decided to turn the tables on Nando's and they got roasted instead.
Twitter user, @ZikhonaTshona, commented:
"I would take the minister's meal any day, thank you. He probably spent less."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported Nando's hilariously reacted to a video of a man stealing a chicken after it jumped off a truck stuck in traffic.
The footage, which was shared on Twitter by social media user @staceynduta, shows a chicken jumping off an truck while it was stuck in traffic.
A man, who witnessed the chicken's escape, decided to act. However, instead of alerting the truck driver, the guy quickly nabbed the chicken and put it in the car he had been driving in.
The video gathered over 5.5 million views in just over two days and the internet found it hilarious. Even Nando's SA decided to react to the clip.
"Di passenger nthuseng! (Passengers please help!)"
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