- A South African man has left the country confused after he posted a picture of his meal to Twitter
- @nkosibooi shared two images of his crayfish to the social networking site last night and tweeps had a lot of questions
- Many asked @nkosibooi what animal he cooked and thankfully he responded to the replies to clear the air
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A South African man is being roasted after he attempted a crayfish tail meal. @nkosibooi shared two images of his meal to Twitter recently. The first image is of the uncooked crayfish tails in a bowl with what seems to be his marinade.
The second image is of the crayfish tails being cooked with steam coming off the crustacean. Mzansi tweeps were rather confused by his choice in food as many did not realise what animal he was cooking.
@nkosibooi's tweet has been shared and responded too by many Saffa tweeps. However, he has responded to the replies from tweeps asking what he was cooking. He simply captioned his post: "Starter is ready."
Take a look at his original tweet:
Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"These crayfish and octopus y'all talk about, I should try it one day."
"Doc, you replacing Uncle Tito Mboweni is slowing."
"It's not supposed to look like that though. Did you manage to eat em?"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Tito Mboweni has made it clear that he doesn't need a wife: "I can cook good food." South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently took to social media to make a very bold statement.
In his Twitter post, Tito - who has slowly become famous for his unconventional cooking skills - declared that he does not need a wife to cook for him. He also made his opinion on gender bias pretty clear, stating that people should abandon the notion that a wife should do all the cooking.
This comes after many still believe that in order to get good food, you should get a good woman.
"I don’t get it. Why is cooking associated with me getting a wife? Why do we genderise cooking? I can cook good food. Hayibo!"
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