Nando's is back at it with their savagery on social media: SA reacts

Nando's is back at it with their savagery on social media: SA reacts

- Nando's is back at it with another savage tweet after a local tweep shared their new business venture

- Nando's and their wit have created laughs all around SA after this new tweet went viral

- The Tweet garnered almost 7 000 likes and over 1 000 retweets

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Nando's is back at it again with their absolutely hilarious tweet replies. This comes after a Twitter user known only as @isalakotshelwa posted that they were selling chickens online. All that's needed is an electronic money transfer and the chickens will be sent in your direction.

The Nando's SA team wasted no time after @isalakotshelwa's tweet went viral. They replied on the same day the original tweet was posted with a comment that has left Mzansi rolling on the floor.

@isalakotshelwa's original tweet has over 4 000 likes and over 1 000 retweets. Nandos SA's tweet now has almost 7 000 likes, almost 2 000 replies and over 300 comments. The retweet read:

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Nandos hilariously replied to a Tweet that went viral regarding the sale of chickens. Source: @NandosSA / Twitter
Source: Twitter

Saffa's reacted with GIFs, memes and hilarious replies of their own. Here's what some South African Twitter users had to say to Nando's' Tweet:

@Cozmic_Love replied:

Nando's SA has been on a roll lately."

@KingNema86 tweeted:

"Admin wase Nando's, are you related to budget insurance guy wa di adverts?"

Nandos SA has been on a roll lately, recently reported on the restaurant chain roasting Finance Minister Tito Mboweni. 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.

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."

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