- Tito Mboweni recently shared a picture of a portrait that was made for him by one of his many fans
- Instead of being impressed, however, Minister Mboweni said that the person in the portrait did not resemble him at all
- Mzansi was left laughing out loud by the Twitter post, many of them heading to the comment section to share their thoughts
South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently took to his favourite app, Twitter, to share a picture of a portrait that was made for him by presumably a fan. Minister Tito, however, did not seem so impressed by the portrait.
In the caption of the post, Minister Tito denies that the person in the portrait looks anything like him, suggesting that it looks more like the late Peter Mokaba, a former ANC parliament member. In the post, Mboweni also encourages the artist to "try again".
"Dear Artist. This looks more like the late Peter Mokaba, not me. Try again," Tito captioned the Twitter post.
Meanwhile, his followers begged to differ. Many of them thought the picture did bear a resemblance to Minister Tito. Read a few of their comments below.
"This artwork looks like you Mr Tito and not like Mr Mokaba."
"Nah man the artist did a great job here, it's you after eating that setlopowula."
"Put some respect on the artist and the artwork Mr Mboweni, don't be like that."
"His eyes have a problem. That's why he doesn't appreciate this artist's work."
Meanwhile in other Briefly.co.za news, SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently is a source of endless laughter and top-notch entertainment. The minister once again took to Twitter to share a post that left Mzansi falling out of their seats from laughter.
This time Tito was once again posting about pilchards - this time ones that were so hot and spicy, that they left the minister with a face full of sweat. In the caption of the hilarious post, Tito explained how the spicy meal had left him gasping for air because he added way too many chillies in it.
"The consequences of too many hot chillies in the pilchards!! Hot!! Tjoooo!" Tito hilariously captioned the Twitter post.
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