- Mr Smeg has recently taken to his Twitter page to share the exciting news of moving into a new apartment
- The kettle lover headed to the app and shared a picture of himself holding the keys to the cute place that had already been decorated with his beloved red kettle
- Social media users liked the post over 2 000 times, many of them taking to the comment section to share their thoughts
Muchael_Bucwa, aka Mr Smeg, has again taken to his popular Twitter page, this time he isn't sharing stolen content or posting about gifts that he saw online - he is celebrating moving into a new apartment.
The young man took to the micro-blogging app to share the news with his followers by posting a picture of his hand holding up what must be the keys to his new place. In the background of the pic, his gleaming Smeg appliances have already been prepared for the photo.
"New beginnings," he captioned the post excitedly.
Naturally many of his followers questioned the authenticity of the post. Many of them took to the comment section with their thoughts, a few of which have been written below.
"Well done, it looks beautiful. I'll dm my address for a few bottles to give you more shelf space, sharing is caring akere."
"Yoh ohk congratulations."
"Congrats, can I just come for coffee, I'm dying to taste coffee made from Smeg bathong!"
"Congratulations, the wine glass collection on top sbwl."
Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that popular Twitter user Mr Smeg has once again been dragged for posting unnecessary 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.
"She died. My fiancée died," wrote Mr Smeg in the worrying but dubious Twitter post.
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