- Mr Smeg didn't get the reaction he bargained for recently after sharing a pic of a gift he received from his bae
- Twitter investigators quickly saw the post and shared the same pic under the post, which was originally from Pinterest
- Tweeps were left laughing out loud by the exposé, heading to the comment section to share their thoughts
Some people will literally do anything for internet fame. Posing with snakes, faking riches and even sharing pictures that don't really belong to them. Michael Bucwa, aka Mr Smeg, recently proved to be one of those people.
The Smeg kettle lover was recently caught faking lavishness by sharing a picture of a gift which he said his bae bought for him - a pair of pricey Louis Vuitton sneakers. He captioned the post:
"Thank you baby for these. You're getting 7 rounds tonight."
Soon after the Twitter post was shared, a woke Twitterzen, @VeteranSanele, decided to burst his bubble by sharing the exact same picture of the LVs that was originally posted on the popular app, Pinterest.
Mzansians were left falling out of their seats at Mr Smeg's quick exposure, heading to the comment section to share their thoughts, some of which you can read below.
"We know you got those off the internet."
"Wena o rata (you love) attention, please."
"Things you do for the likes."
"I'm not sure you if own them until you put Smeg and car keys next to them."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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 after it went walkabout.
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 the 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.
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