- Julius Malema recently decided to start his day by poking fun at SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni
- Heading to Twitter, Malema shared a picture of Mboweni, who is sporting a freshly-shaven bald head
- Many locals headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on Malema's shady tweet so early on a Monday morning
EFF leader Julius Malema recently headed to his Twitter page to throw some trees at South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni in a tweet that is laced with sarcasm and a hint of condensation.
Malema included a picture of Tito Mboweni, who is currently sporting a freshly shaven bald head (which by the way has been a cause for much laughter and teasing online):
"Morning the people of our beautiful continent."
Soon many South Africans were in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the early morning shade that Malema decided to spew onto their timelines. Read a few of their comments below:
"You don't deserve internet."
"I was going to make a financial joke but technically we're in a recession so it won't make any cents."
"Haaah it's still early mahn Juju."
"Yey wena Julius, mudala lomuntu kuwena, hlonipha mfana."
"I can't believe there is a party leader who thinks we shouldn't have borders... I want to see your matric scores?"
"Dumela leadership, you're showing us the face of incompetence!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that SA Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed to Twitter to share before-and-afte pics of himself with a head full of hair and another one where he is completely bald - which gives him a shockingly different resemblance.
"Before the haircut vs after," wrote Minister Tito in his hilarious yet fun-loving tweet.
As they do, South Africans were all up in the comment section sharing hilarious jokes and opinions on the minister's haircut. While many spoke about his cooking, others questioned why he decided to cut all his hair off.
@politicsblahbla said: "No man! What does this mean? Are you haircutting the budget? Haircutting the bondholders? Haircutting those sweet lambs on the farm?"
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