- Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni recently headed to Twitter to share his reaction to hilarious photoshopped Xmas pics
- The pictures feature Mboweni rocking a Xmas hat, some lucky star Xmas socks, and even a pair of socks with garlic on them
- Saffas were left laughing out loud at the hilarious post, many of them sharing their thoughts in the comment section
South Africa's Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni has truly kept South Africans entertained for most of the year. It seems like the fun never ends when it comes to Mboweni, as Saffas have once again found a way to use him as a source of laughter - this time with some Christmas trinkets.
Mboweni wearing a Christmas hat, a pair of socks with garlic, and another pair of socks with Lucky Star tin fish - all of Mboweni's faves - have been making their way around the internet and finally to the Minister's page too.
"Honestly, really now?," Mboweni captioned the hilariously photoshopped pictures which he also shared on his timeline.
South Africans, who seem to loved Minister Mboweni's content, liked the post nearly two thousand times. Many of them were left laughing out loud in the comment section. Read a few of their thoughts below.
"Lucky Star should be renamed to Mboweni star."
"Honorable minister, I reserve my comment... Until further notice."
"Awesome! Well Mr.Governor, now you need a garlic jacket and a lucky star tie. You'll rock that babe like it's getting out of fashion!"
In other interesting Briefly.co.za news, a local man recently took to his Facebook page to share pics of an unknown lady modelling in an outfit that was put together completely out of Tastic rice bags. Sarel-Lee Maribana shared the pics with an interesting and funny caption that read:
"FanTASTIC work, she is definitely ricing up to the occasion. Kaba ka tshwara ke tlala, okare nka ja rice ka nama," he wrote.
The outfit, which features a stylish off-the-shoulder top that has a unique buttoned-up design at the back, clear pants and a ruffled skirt, even features a facemask that was also made from a Tastic plastic bag.
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