- Minister Tito Mboweni has been very active on social media in the recent months and SA has been following his every step
- Recently, Tito shared a few images of the sheep on his farm, he then shared a follow-up post focusing on one sheep in particular
- Tito's tweets gained a lot of traction as Saffa tweeps shared their hilarious reactions to the rather large sheep
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has been very active on social media lately, be it sharing his cooking escapades or simply posting about his life. Recently the minister tweeted about the sheep on his farm.
He honed in on one sheep in particular and referred to it as the boss. In his initial tweet, he shared three images of the sheep on his farm, calling them "grass cutters". A few days later he zoomed in on a brown sheep, saying it was a "good feeling to grow these sheep".
His tweet garnered a lot of attention from South African Twitter users. Many believed that the sheep would be his next meal. Tweeps brought up the minister's favourite spice - garlic - and made all sorts of other hilarious jokes.
Take a look at his first tweet below:
This was his follow up tweet about the "boss":
Here's what some tweeps had to say about the minister's sheep:
"Ehhhhh you are a Minister of Agriculture."
"A dozen of garlic awaits it, it will end in bad stews for this one."
@GCEENER replied with:
"It will end with garlic and green pepper..."
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on SA reacting to a man's pap and chicken by asking him to teach Tito how to cook. The internet, much like a dark alley in a dodgy neighbourhood, can sometimes be a scary place.
Anything you post can and will be used against you, just like @Silentical proved when he posted a picture of a dish he had just prepared. The young man proudly and bravely took to Twitter to share the pap and chicken meal, explaining very clearly in the caption of the post that he had just cooked the meal for himself.
Twitter users, who seem to never spare anybody when it comes to savagery, quickly took to the comment section to crack a number of jokes about the guy's cooking skills, even though they were only judging from a picture. Many of them, however, seemingly appreciated the man's efforts, calling on him to teach another Twitter chef, Tito Mboweni, a thing or two.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!