Haibo: Mr Smeg claims his fiancée died, gets dragged for chasing clout

Haibo: Mr Smeg claims his fiancée died, gets dragged for chasing clout

- Mr Smeg aka kettle lover recently got dragged on Twitter after claiming that his fiance' had died

- Taking to Twitter the famous Twitter user made a tweet about the supposed death of fiancée

- Many did not believe him especially since tweets about losing loved ones seemed to be popular on the micro-blogging app at the moment

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Mr Smeg has once again been dragged for posting fake content all in the name of internet fame. This time Mr Smeg may have gone a little too far after he claimed that he had lost a loved one in a tweet.

In the tweet, Mr Smeg aka Michael Bucwa claimed that he had lost his fiancée. While there was not much explanation, Twitter users seemed to see right through the tweet, especially since similar posts were made on the app in recent times.

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"She died. My fiancée died," wrote Mr Smeg in the Twitter post.

Meanwhile, many of his followers were unimpressed by the fact that he was using death to gain popularity on the app. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post.

Read a few of their comments below.

@BigGrabi said:

"Been seeing too many of these today. Anyway with this guy you never know. Maybe his wrist watch broke."

@zamagembe said:

"Ngiyohlez ngisho.. something doesn't add up with this guy, I don't know if it clout chasing or what but there's something wrong with him. I saw this tweet earlier from some devastated guy n now wena you're stealing it for likes, how pathetic?"
Mr Smeg claims his fiancee' died, gets dragged for chasing clout

Mr Smeg once again got dragged for chasing clout. Image: Michael_Bucwa
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Briefly.co.za earlier reported that 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.

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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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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