- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni shared that he attempted to cook ox liver with a side of vegetables
- After seemingly failing at his dinner project, Chef Tito requested the help of a virtual assistant chef
- Somizi responded that he'd love to help but a few tweets later Mboweni stated he might not need that assistant any more
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni attempted to make ox livers with some veggies for supper last night. However, he kind-of messed up a little bit. The minister requested an assistant chef to help him virtually.
He followed up his cooking tweet with a tweet of him about to dig in to his dinner. The minister said the food was not as bad as he expected. In another tweet, Mboweni said his food was "very tasty."
He added that he might not actually need an assistant chef. Chef Tito's mealtime escapades have gained a decent following and SAns were not afraid to share their thoughts in his replies section. Even Somizi joined in on the fun.
Take a look at Mboweni's tweets below:
Below are just a few of the responses left under Mboweni's mealtime tweets:
"Tito my man one day your stomach will report you at the nearest police station for abuse. Your stomach is gathering evidence to ensure that you go for a long time."
"Do you have Gaviscon nearby? You may need it."
"Looks like a day never goes without you eating atchaar so why buy a small bottle of achtaar instead of a big one?"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mboweni was unimpressed by a portrait of himself. 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". Tito captioned the Twitter post with:
"Dear Artist. This looks more like the late Peter Mokaba, not me. Try again."
Meanwhile, many of his followers begged to differ. A large majority thought that the picture did bear a great resemblance to the finance minister.
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