Mr Smeg reveals someone stole his expensive kettle, Mzansi can't deal

Mr Smeg reveals someone stole his expensive kettle, Mzansi can't deal

- Mr Smeg has taken to social media to share the terrible ordeal he faced

- His beloved red kettle, which he takes with him almost everywhere, was stolen

- South Africans weren't very sympathetic and some responded with hilarious memes and reactions

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Michael Bucwa is one heartbroken man after his expensive Smeg kettle was stolen. The social media influencer, who boasts with 129 700 followers and is known as Mr Smeg, broke the devastating news online.

Responding to the "O jewa ke eng?" thread, Bucwa wrote:

"They stole my Smeg kettle."

Anyone who follows Bucwa knows how much he loves that kettle. He recently took the pricey kitchen appliance on a drive in his car and even put a safety belt on it.

He went on to share more posts about the heartache, adding he hasn't taken a sip of coffee since his beloved red kettle was stolen.

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He added in another post:

"I hope they didn't strip my Smeg kettle to pieces and sold the parts."

Mr Smeg reveals someone stole his expensive kettle, Mzansi can't deal
Michael Bucwa has become known online as 'Mr Smeg' after he showed off his expensive kitchen appliances on Twitter. Photo: @Bucwa_Michael / Twitter.
Source: Twitter

In true Mzansi style, South Africans reacted with savage memes and hilarious comments to Mr Smeg's ordeal.

Twitter user, @NjabuloQhobs, commented:

"That kettle travels a lot it needed a break yooooh, I even wish to be that Smeg..."

In other news, earlier reported a brightly dressed bride with a sparkling and dazzling wedding gown was left with an egg on the face after a groom she had dated for 10 years failed to show up for the big event.

Sasha Aristide, 29, had spent three years planning to get married unaware of the impending humiliating experience that would hit her hard on D-Day.

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Sasha, who is a nurse said she met Kevin Hyppolite, office manager, 10 years ago, and fell in love with him, all was rosy and fancy. In December 2017, the two lovebirds got engaged and started planning for a flashy wedding that would cost R318k.

Fast-forward to July 2020 when the wedding was supposed to happen, the couple still remained faithful to one another; there was nothing to rattle Sasha's antenna to suspect any mischief. She proceeded to the altar where she waited for her man to show up so they could exchange vows. However, Kevin lagged behind and constantly claimed his Uber had delayed him.

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