- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni shared an amazing video to his social media account featuring a puppeteer and his marionettes
- Tito shared the 44-second video to Twitter yesterday and it has since gained over 30 000 views on the app
- Tito has been entertaining South Africa throughout the lockdown and this wholesome video just adds to the fun
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has been keeping the country entertained throughout the lockdown period. From sharing his recipes to his hilarious tweets, we've all been in stitches. In a recent post on Twitter, he shared a wholesome video of a puppeteer doing the Jerusalema Challenge.
The 44-second clip was posted yesterday by the minister and has since received over 30 000 views. The puppeteer has two marionettes controlled by strings which are attached to wood that the puppeteer uses to make them move.
The video has received a ton of responses from Mzansi tweeps who also used the opportunity to once again troll Tito. It is unclear who took the video or where it was taken and Tito simply captioned the clip: "Wow!"
The movements of the marionettes are extremely realistic and the choice of music made the video all the better.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top replies under the minister's tweet.
"Most likely, the artist there is a Zimbabwean. They are famous for this type of craft during the heydays of Zim."
"I'll pay to see this in real life. Wonderful."
"And the dolls have their masks on."
In other Tito news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the minister channelling Rakgadi after posting pics of his chickens. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has left the country in stitches once again with another hilarious tweet.
This time the minister channelled his inner Rakgadi as he posted about his chickens. In a post uploaded to Twitter, the minister showed off his gorgeous fowl. Two images of the chickens were paired with an image of Rakgadi in her famous pose where she sticks out her hand.
Making reference to Rakgadi's infamous speech, Tito even used the expression she made - "aah" - in his tweet. Some Mzansi tweeps trolled the minister about his garlic and others shared their own memes.
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