- SA Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni's shoes have once again, hilariously become the object of much ridicule
- This after Mboweni shared a picture of himself wearing his usual tough looking shoes with his Twitter followers
- Instead of taking note of the post, many of his followers could not help but see the big shoes that Mboweni seems to love wearing
South Africa's Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni's shoes have once again become a source of laughter for his South African followers who can't seem to help themselves when it comes to poking fun at Minister Mboweni.
The Finance Minister recently took to his Twitter page to share some heartfelt pictures of himself and his guests who he explained in the caption, were visiting him at his Makgobaskloof home in Limpopo.
While the pictures showed people having fun while in each others company - something quite heartwarming especially regarding the time of the year, many didn't pay any attention to that, but rather to the Minister's shoes.
Read a few of their hilarious comments below.
"These shoes are strong."
"And you had to wear special shoes."
"Thank you Tata for reminding South Africans that you can still leave a normal simple life even if you are a celebrity or have a lot of money. Peer pressure has destroyed many lives. "
"That simply means he's not corrupt shem, he can't buy himself some shoes bathu."
"Those shoes need bail."
In other Briefly.co.za news, Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni was just not having it with the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. He dragged the politician for the shoes he wore when he attended a wedding recently.
Mboweni insisted that he could do much better than Ndlozi when it came to fashion. Just a few days ago, Ndlozi had taken to Twitter to tweet memes of ANC politicians' faces attached to a patient in a hospital bed from a Moja Love production.
Mboweni saw this as the perfect opportunity to come at Ndlozi for his taste in shoes. He asked the EFF commissar why he would even wear those because his shoes are better:
"How do you go to such a function wearing those shoes? Mine are better!" said Mboweni.
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