- Michael Bucwa aka Mr Smeg recently shared on Twitter that he had found his lost Smeg kettle
- Twitter folk however were left with many questions as Mr Smeg was seen posing with his recently-found kettle in an unknown veld
- Many of them shared various hilarious speculations about the kettle in the comments section
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Michael Bucwa aka Mr Smeg is quickly becoming popular. Forever flexing with his pricey belongings, he quickly gained a big following. Recently he shared that he had found his expensive Smeg kettle.
The good news came after he had shared on Twitter that the price red household appliance had been stolen and its whereabouts were unknown. A couple of weeks later, he shared a picture of himself holding his beloved water cooker while standing topless in a veld.
While many Twitter users were happy for him, they also had many questions about how and where he found the kettle. A lot of his curious followers shared a bunch of hilarious comments around why the kettle had gone missing, some of which you can read below.
"In the bushes?"
"Hahaha I always knew that it was not stolen, welcome back Mr Smeg's kettle."
"Now you need to find your T-shirt."
"The kettle was tryna skip the boarder... He tired of pictures. #savethesmegkettle"
"It was there all along. You just wanted to flaunt your other Smeg products."
"The kettle was never missing... it was just cheating on you."
Briefly.co.za had previously reported, 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. In true Mzansi style, South Africans reacted with savage memes and hilarious comments to Mr Smeg's ordeal.
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