- Mr Smeg recently headed online to share a clip of himself giving his beloved red kettle a bath
- In the clip, Mr Smeg bizarrely takes his time to wash and rinse the kettle in his bathroom
- South African Twitter users thought that the clip was completely crazy and were questioning his sanity in the comment section
South African social media users have seemingly seen enough of Mr Smeg's Twitter posts to deduce that everything may not be okay with him - upstairs that is. Heading online, Mr Smeg once again shared a bizarre post about his beloved red kettle.
This time, the kettle-lover was washing his kettle in a basin in his bathroom. In a clip, Mr Smeg can be seen lovingly rinsing the kettle in a basin that is presumably in his bathroom. In the caption of the post, he also explains that men need to keep their kettles clean.
"Mr Smeg -Indoda must keep his kettle clean," he captioned the crazy clip.
His followers were seemingly very worried about his mental state. Many of them headed to the comment section to raise their concerns with him. Read a few of their comments below:
"I am starting to think wires are not connected here."
"Nizothi omunye umntwana uyadlala n trying to trend kanti its serious tholukuthi the brain cells are misfiring."
"Wena Mr Smeg there is no dull moment with you."
"Attention is a powerful drug."
"Is that the recommended washing instructions by SMEG, Mr Smeg?"
"This water boiling equipment has been through a lot bathong."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mr Smeg, also known as Michael Bucwa or Mr Shoulder to Cry On, has finally had his dream come through - well at least digitally. It all started when a funny Twitter user decided to unite Mr Smeg with his kettle in a way that he didn't expect.
The anonymous person hilariously photoshopped Mr Smeg and his famous red kettle onto the faces of a couple who had just tied the knot. What makes it even funnier is how the person decided to make Mr Smeg the bride and the kettle his groom.
"Bathong, who did this?" he hilariously captioned the post.
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