- Somizi Mhlongo has offered his help in order to intervene with Tito Mboweni's cooking after his latest Twitter post
- The celebrity has a cooking show and now a cookbook and jokingly tweeted that he would stage an intervention after the Finance Minister's last dish went viral
- Somizi said he would be calling the operation 'Finding Tito' and had tweeps in further hysterics about Mboweni's kitchen skills
Somizi Mhlongo took to Twitter to add his response to the latest dish in Tito Mboweni's series of kitchen pictures.
The celebrity offered an intervention after the Finance Minister posted pictures of what he labelled as chicken stew which tweeps said resembled anything but.
Somgaga jokingly said that he would assist and be calling the mission "Finding Tito" because of the state of the dish Mboweni posted that resulted in his cooking skills getting dragged by tweeps.
After all, Somizi does have a cooking show and recently released a cookbook, so he should be well-equipped to give the Finance Minister some basic tips.
Somizi's tweet read:
"South Africa I'm on a mission . I call it FINDING TITO.... because wow the last dish he posted needs my intervention...."
Tweeps were in hysterics and did not waste time responding to the running joke about Mboweni's cooking:
And tweeps responded:
@enock39: "Somizi PLEASE don't try to promote uTITO, he already spends 500 Billion in 5 Months. Kindly look for young best chefs emaKasi PLEASE Somsom"
@BoyJacobs2: "Pls save him SomSom. His cooking needs Jesus"
Briefly.co.za reported on when Finance Minister Tito Mboweni originally left many asking questions with his iffy meal. 'Chef Tito' shared images of his meal escapades to Twitter yet again and South African Twitter users are scratching their heads once more. Mboweni shared an image of a meal on the stove which left a lot of tweeps guessing what he could possibly be cooking. @CoruscaKhaya responded to the image of the food in a pot with:
"Something clearly died from natural causes. The question remains Minister - what on earth was it?"
The minister cleared the air in a follow-up tweet. With the table laid how any passionate chef would, Mboweni informed his followers that he had made a "basic simple meal." Mboweni had served himself a homemade chicken stew.
Briefly.co.za reported on another time that the Finance Minister got dragged by social media users for his dining habits.
South African Finance Minister (who also doubles as a social media chef) Tito Mboweni has once again taking to his favourite micro-blogging app, Twitter, to show off one of his infamous homemade meals. Almost as if he is impervious to all the criticism around his cuisine, Tito seems to continue sharing his favourite home-cooked meals with his followers who never shy away from reminding the minister just how much they don't think he can cook.
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