- A young man recently headed to Twitter to share that he is the one behind the new KFC bucket design
- Russell Abrahams took to the app also showing off the hip new design that still has many elements of the old design
- South Africans seem to love the new look, many of them heading to the comment section to commend Russel on his skills
A young man recently took to Twitter to share that he is the one behind the new KFC chicken bucket design. Russell Abrahams explained in the post that he was given the honour of recreating the famous bucket that was first created 50 years ago.
"CAT'S OUT THE BAG. Your fav uncle just redesigned the new @KFCSA buckets for 50 years of KFC in SA. I’m beaming! #LetsGo5050," he captioned the Twitter post.
South Africans and avid fried chicken lovers seem to love the new design liking the post over 5 000 times. They also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the hip new bucket design.
Read a few of their comments below.
"Man thank you for this work! Its about time KFC listened to the kids."
"I might have to actually eat KFC over this one. Congrats bro bro."
"Might have to cop a bucket for this. Congrats bro!"
"Congrats bro, bajwetse hore ba eketse di chips and get rid of that mash and soup as a gift to SAns."
In other interesting Briefly.co.za news, a weird sign in a what seems to be a little farming area has Mzansi in stitches. The sign shows a drawing with a chicken on it. The chicken is circled and has a line through it with the letters "NB" written on the top right-hand corner.
The image was shared to the #ImStaying group by Phuti Moloto. Phuti captioned the hilarious image with: "You'll only find this in our beautiful South Africa, that's why #ImStaying."
Stayers have taken to the comments section to share their reactions. Many people made chicken jokes as they couldn't understand how the sign made sense. Many posed a question asking how a chicken could possibly know that they're not allowed in that specific area.
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