- Mr Smeg has been trending for quite some time on Twitter after he was seen offering a shoulder to cry on to quite a few people
- One of the people who are at the receiving end of Mr Smeg's sympathetic shoulders is none other than Somizi's Mohale
- Twitter users have been laughing out loud at Mr Smeg and did not shy away from sharing their thoughts
Michael Bucwa aka Mr Smeg is up to something - we just don't know what. The young Smeg kettle-lover has been offering many heads a shoulder to lean on as of late and Mzansi just cannot deal.
The latest person to be offered a shoulder to cry on is none other than Somizi's very own Mohale. After the tv personality and husband of Somizi shared a post about being busy on set, Mr Smeg quickly offered to help Mohale through whatever he is going through.
"You have been through a lot lately. I'm so sorry for everything and I wish nothing but happiness for you,I am here if you need a shoulder to cry on," he wrote in a tweet to Mohale.
Mzansi who had been watching Mr Smeg for a while now obviously noticed the appliance-loving man's sudden sympathy towards people on Twitter and soon he was trending. Read a few of the tweets made for him below:
"So I heard that Mr SMEG want to nationalize his shoulders."
"Someone pls tell Lasizwe that Mr Smeg aka Shoulder to cry on.. is also a Xhosa too."
"Mr SMEG is everyone’s shoulder to cry on recently he’ll smegdown all of y’all one by one."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Michael Bucwa aka Mr Smeg is becoming a very prominent Twitter influencer and it seems his dedication to being internet famous is paying off as the kettle-lover recently received some praise on Twitter for paying up-and-coming black influencers to promote his content.
"I appreciate Mr Smeg for giving business to black youth. Not many people will spend their hard-earned money to pay for Promos that will be done by the upcoming influencers. This guy provided opportunity and income to many people. We need more people like him. #MrSmegMustRise," wrote @MrHandsome in a Mr Smeg appreciation post.
Soon many locals were joining in to thank Mr Smeg for helping aspiring Twitter promoters get their feet into the door of internet success.
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