- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni was on the receiving end of some serious trolling, again
- Mboweni shared a few images of a group of stunning local ladies while complimenting their beauty
- South Africans wasted no time and made their way to Mboweni's replies section to share a few hilarious responses
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni had the Twitter streets rolling in laughter with his latest post. Uncle Tito shared three images of a photoshoot with a group of stunning local ladies fetching water.
South Africans trolled the minister as the group of ladies looked as though young enough to be his daughters. Mboweni shared a short caption complimenting the ladies beauty and stating that he is proud to be African:
"Simply beautiful. It always feels good to be in Africa!"
Take a look at the minister's tweet below:
The minister is was not spared from the pure savagery of Twitter replies. Read some of them below:
"Order Honourable Minister."
"Wasteful expenditure... Using government data to browse eye-candy..."
"These ones don't eat tinned fish, my minister!"
"Kind minister. What happens on incognito mode must stay on incognito mode."
Mzansi roasted Mboweni recently after he decided the bald look would do well for him. Briefly.co.za reported that SAns were in the comment section sharing hilarious jokes and opinions on the Minister's haircut.
Read a few of their interesting and hilarious comments below:
"No man! What does this mean? Are you haircutting the budget? Haircutting the bondholders? Haircutting those sweet lambs on the farm?"
"At least there is a difference, unlike your cooking."
EFF leader Julius Malema headed to his Twitter page to throw some trees at 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.
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:
"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."
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