Tweeps defend Tito after Nando's pokes fun at his questionable cuisine

Tweeps defend Tito after Nando's pokes fun at his questionable cuisine

- Twitter users recently came to the defense of Tito Mboweni after Nando's tried to poke fun at his cooking skills

- Nando's joked that a tweep's watery noodles and hot sauce combo looked like it was taught at "the school of Tito"

- Twitter users quickly defended Tito, saying that his food had a lot more garlic and tin fish in it

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Tito Mboweni's cooking seems to have everyone both talking and laughing. And if you've seen any of his Twitter meals you'll know why. The latest to poke a little fun at Tito's notorious cooking skills is none other than the ultimate roasters, Nando's.

Twitter user TheeRealSibo took to the app to share a picture of a big bowl of noodles that he had prepared using a lot of water and some spicy Nando's sauce. The noodles however did not look too appetising.

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Nando's, who seemed to agree commented that the Twitter user was a pupil from the "School of Tito." Twitter users quickly came to Tito's defence, saying that the noodles could not be from Tito's school since it didn't have garlic or tinned fish - foodstuff that Tito is famous for using in his famous Twitter dishes.

Here are some of the comments they left beneath the funny post.

@Smug_AF said:

"Is it even a Tito meal without the overdose of pilchards?"

@Cellular_ZA wrote:

"Nah it's not Tito's meal without overdosing the garlic"

@Thato_Rachidi wrote:

"Leave Tito alone there is no tomatoes and garlic there."
Nandos jokes about Tito Mboweni's cooking
Nandos poked a little fun a Tito Mboweni. Source: Twitter/ Nando x Tito Mboweni
Source: Twitter previously reported that when he isn't sharing pictures of his questionable cuisine, he is sharing old pictures of himself. Today sees South Africa's Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni taking to Twitter to share a throwback picture of himself surrounded by his varsity mates years ago during his university days.

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In the Twitter post a very young Tito, who looks to be in his early twenties, can be seen standing amongst a large group of other university students of various racial backgrounds who seem to have not a single care in the world.

Tito, who had probably been reminiscing back to the good old days, also used the Twitter post as an opportunity to ask his fans and followers to help him find the people who are with him in the very old picture.

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