- Influencer Michael Bucwa had Mzansi wondering if he was joking or being legit recently
- Bucwa claimed that he had received a staggering R300 000 from his sugar mama
- While some were quick to ask for a plug many were pretty sure he was pulling their leg
Social media influencer Michael Bucwa recently had social media contemplating whether or not he would be worth a pretty substantial bae bonus recently.
Bucwa took to social media to claim that while his haters were seeing flames he is making bank:
"I am here making money on Twitter while you are dragging me, a sugar mama paid me R300 000 this morning."
This claim was posted along with some snaps of Bucwa doing the most to look like a smouldering snack.
Even TV presenter and DJ Lerato Kganyago added to the mystery, hinting that she had made the substantial deposit by posting:
"Glad you received."
While this was probably all smoke and no fire it definitely caught people's attention with the post quickly going viral.
Take a look at just a few of the many responses below:
@NtateMkwela: "Be careful with sugar mommies."
@Bee99166057: "What we do to ourselves for money."
@RealXavier011: "No wonder you disappeared izolo. Kanti Indoda iBusy."
@Lenci_Nella: "How do you join? Please plug my boyfriend."
@mosatlha: "Where are her friends, I want to join you."
@NgqinaMabhuti: "Can we share sugar mamas cause mine doesn't go above R5000."
@pholasgp: "Hao Ndoda!! Not all of us did so, please share some secrete/tips phela ku rough. I dlala ibhokile.."
@caleb_njabulo: "Plug me too Grootman.. Tired of being broke."
@SpherhBlackids: "Mara wena Maketela you living large ne? Angbolek R5k phel laph ngzokbona mase kungen lo R350."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that a young woman, Ziyanda Gumede recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share how a generous stranger had paid for her little girl's school clothes after she laid them by at a local PEP store in her area.
"Today I had a staying moment. I went with R100 to Pep store Pavilion to deposit on a school uniform lay-by for my 5-year-old daughter she's been nagging me to bring her school uniform, I tried explaining to her that I don't have enough money yet I'm going to pay some money to the shop then when I have money again I'll come back with her uniform."
"To my surprise, I was told someone has paid for the items I was so shocked never knew I could ever have a staying moment. Thank you so much to the customer who paid for school uniforms at Pep Pavilion because I was told the customer always come in January to pay for uniform lay-bye. My daughter is so happy she can't wait to start school. #ImStaying," she wrote.
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Source: Briefly News