- Andile Ncube took to social media to share some snaps of himself and social media users noticed something
- Mzansi social media users realised that in the background of the pictures, there was alcohol in sight
- The nation began asking Andile where he managed to get his liquor and who his supplier is
Andile Ncube has been in the headlines after a social media user accused him of being gay. Andile has seemingly shaken off all the backlash from Twitter and is now showing Mzansi that he couldn't be bothered.
Andile shared two pictures of himself on Twitter, showing off his confidence. He looks like he doesn't have a care in the world in the pics. He captioned the post:
"Good morning! I see you."
The sports presenter's post gained some attention because there was alcohol in the background of his pictures. There are three guys sitting behind Andile in the picture.
The men in the picture are just enjoying some drinks, since alcohol has been banned towards the end of December, social media users asked themselves how they managed to get any.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few reactions to the pictures. Take a look at the comments below:
"I'm seeing beers right there. Where is the supplier?"
"Can you hook me up with your liquor supplier?"
"Can you hook me up with your supplier? I mean two quantum Castle Lager."
"I see beer mina sbwl."
"Where did you get the alcohol?"
Mzansi is obviously still thirsty since liquor has been banned and they are just wondering who Andile's alcohol plug is.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ayanda Thabathe defended her ex-husband Andile Ncube amid gay rumours. Ayanda Thabathe has come to the defence of her ex-husband Andile Ncube after he was accused of being secretly gay by a faceless social media user.
Since then, Ncube has been trending online as Mzansi digested the drama. The Twitter user with the handle @BadubeS claimed that the reason behind Ayanda and Andile's divorce was due to his sexuality.
The social media user also blamed Andile for the publicising of Somizi and Mohale's alleged marriage scandals.
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Source: Briefly News