- Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed to Twitter to share a snap of one of his many interesting cuisines
- The snaps showed that the fun-loving minister had prepared himself some mopane worms and rice
- Mzansi could not deal with the combination as the worms are usually enjoyed with pap and were very soon calling him out for it
No matter what he does, South Africa's Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni cannot steer clear from criticism that comes from his online followers - it doesn't seem like he minds though because he just keeps posting like recently he shared another snap of one of his pots.
In the pot was a pot full of what appears to be a very tomatoey mopane worm stew. He also added a snap of the food that was plated and his laptop while in the caption he also explains that it was one in the morning.
"Dinner at 01:00 whilst listening to #SoulConnection @CapricornFM," he wrote.
Naturally, locals were in the comment section as they always are sharing various criticisms with the minister. Read a few of their comments below:
"But rice ka masonja kanjane manje"
"Eating worms in the middle of the night... ay this is loying straight"
"No one is more hated than who don't cook fish than against truth. Cook more fish for them please! as workers didn't receive increament.Shaa Shaaa Shaaaa"
"Haibo Minister this time, thina we not sleeping because of the struggles of finances and no increase. Nina eating dinner, nice life problems. One day I will be in your shoes. Struu"
"Food police should arrest you"
In previous Briefly News reports South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has slowly and steadily become a source of endless entertainment on the popular social media site, Twitter. The minister has once again headed to the app to make his followers and fans laugh.
Taking to the app, the fun-loving Tito shared a snap of himself from the future. The image had obviously been edited to make him look a lot older, but Tito seemed to like this and even remarked that the person in the snap was him at the great age of 90.
"Tito Mboweni at 90 years of age!" he captioned the snaps.
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