- Mr Smeg recently received a red hot and hilarious rejection tweet from South African journalist Redi Thlabi
- It all started when Mr Smeg offered Thlabi one of his famous shoulders to lean on in a sweet Twitter post
- South African Twitter users could simply not deal and quickly headed to the comment section to laugh our loud at Mr Smeg
Finally, Mr Smeg has received a response from one of the many people he offered a shoulder of support to - it's just a pity it wasn't the response he wanted. This time, the red kettle-lover offered South African journalist, Redi Thlabi a shoulder to lean on.
"Hey Redi You have been going through a lot lately. I am so sorry for everything and I wish nothing but happiness for you. If you ever need someone to talk to SOUL to SOUL , just know that I am here for you. I am here if you need a shoulder to cry on," wrote Mr Smeg.
Unfortunately for him, while Thlabi did find him cute, gorgeous and lean, she did not think his shoulders were big enough. She also added that her man, Brian's shoulders were bigger and all that she needed.
"Good morning. You are gorgeous and so cute. And you look lean...Mara my Brian's shoulders are DEFINITELY bigger than yours. So try next door .I'm sorted!" she wrote.
Tweeps had this to say about the hilarious exchange:
"Uthi 'my Brian’s shoulders are definitely bigger'. Kodwa Redi! Also, how are you still being offered shoulders when you are sorted? There’s a glitch in the allocations system."
"He’s already moved on Redi! He’s got high beliefs in his conversations- shew!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!