Black chicken leaves Mzansi divided as lady asks for a recipe

Black chicken leaves Mzansi divided as lady asks for a recipe

- Twitter user @kgadiyabana posted snaps of a black chicken asking fellow Mzansi users how to prepare it

- The chicken with black skin looked odd to many social media users, with some saying that she should just throw it away

- Instead of getting a recipe as she had asked, she sparked a debate about chicken on the Twitter timeline instead

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A social media user left Mzansi divided when she posted pictures of a chicken that had black skin, asking how to cook it. The chicken left many baffled as the usual colour of chicken skin is light pink, not black. Even the flesh of the chicken was darker than usual.

The Twitter user, @kgadiyabana took to social media to ask fellow South Africans how to prepare the chicken.

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"Guys help, ways to cook black chicken," she said.
Black chicken leaves Mzansi divided as lady asks for a recipe
Black chicken leaves Mzansi divided as lady asks for a recipe. PHOTO: Twitter / @kgadiyabana
Source: Twitter

Some were familiar to the peculiar looking chicken, whilst others were just plain confused. Mzansi users had a lot to say in the comments about the black chicken.

@Ori_Debig_Beats simply said: "Pour bleach first."
@1stMelvin said: "Guinea Fowl.. Lean meat like that, I'm sure it tastes better than chicken."
@Jack_Mutsila said: "Chicken probably died by poison."
@plmmoneng1 commented: "That looks like dinosaur meat."
@Manelisi__ commented: "Throw it away."

The chicken is quite strange but it looks like regular chicken, just in a black colour. The user who posted it left Mzansi wondering if she was going to eat it, instead of getting a recipe for the chicken as she had asked, she sparked a debate instead.

In other news, reported that a proud graduate thanked their single dad with a heartfelt appreciation post. A proud young man recently headed to Facebook to share a heartwarming post about his dad who raised him. In the post that was shared with ImStaying, he shared pictures of himself and his dad who looked after him alone since he was a child, on the day of his graduation.

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"I just wanna take this moment and tell the world that even with the help of one parent you can still make it. I'm grateful to God for my dad's life. He has been so supportive ever since. Today I managed to make him the happiest father ever. For that, I'm staying," he wrote in the Facebook post.

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