- A young man, who was identified as @Ori_Debig_Beats, shared photos on Twitter with his chicken
- Nando's South Africa saw the post and hilariously reacted to the snaps, adding the chicken probably has a music career
- Social media users were in stitches over the comments and gave their two cents' worth on the posts
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Nando's is known for being witty and savage on social media. Whoever is behind the admin of @NandosSA's Twitter page has had South Africans laughing out loud more times than we can count.
This time, the fast food chain restaurant reacted to a social media user, @Ori_Debig_Beats, posting snaps of himself with his chicken on Twitter.
Nando's decided to share their thoughts on the snaps and commented:
"This chicken has a SoundCloud page innit? Drop the mandem's link."
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered thousands of reactions and South Africans could not contain their laughter.
Twitter user, @itsliketso, commented:
"@NandosSA please tell whoever runs your Twitter account, that they hold a lekker warm place in my heart."
Another tweep, @fayahphlaims_, added:
"Your company has one of the best advertising team, up-and-coming artists chould learn a thing or two."
Social media user, @African_Peaches, wrote:
"Please don’t tell Minister Tito Mboweni about this chicken."
Tweep, @kgbmoeketsi, commented:
"Give it a rap name."
Twitter user, @Lahmech02, added:
"Nando's chicken progressin' innit."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Tito Mboweni made waves on social media once again. However, this time not for cooking chicken.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni could join Masterchef South Africa and now even Idols SA if he wanted to. The minister filmed himself a singing a freedom song about an Irish Republican Army member who had been executed in 1920. Mboweni simply captioned the post, "Kevin Berry", which is the name of the song.
The video gathered over 88 500 views and South Africans had a lot to say. Some weren't more impressed with Mboweni's singing than his cooking.
However, one Saffa decided Mboweni's video needed just a little extra beat so he made an amapiano remix with the minister's video.
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