- Popular Twitter user @advobarryroux recently headed to the busy app to share a snap of some really oily curry
- In his caption, the parody account holder asked people to guess who was behind the catastrophic meal
- Unsurprisingly, many locals started throwing names such as Tito Mboweni around while others blamed a family's last born child
The internet has revealed many wannabe chefs and their sometimes putrid meal-making skills. So when parody account holder, @titomboweni shared a snap of a very oily chicken curry dish, it was hard for people to start making assumptions about who could possibly have prepared the meal.
"Can you guess who prepared this meal?" he wrote in the caption of the post.
Very soon many locals were in the comment section taking their turns at guessing who butchered a simple chicken curry. While many thought that the meal was made by a Pedi woman, others were sure Tito Mboweni was the culprit.
Read a few of their hilarious responses to the tweet below:
"Hayi ma older borns. Please, respect us last borns.We can also cook good food. Even better."
"Parents teach your children how to cook example if you fill your Fridge with nutritious food like the BELOW image surely they will learn how to cook."
"If it's not Tito then it is Pedi Woman."
"If the US army see this they'll definitely invade this pot for the oil."
"Atleast this time the chicken is in pieces..haai lento yakhe eyoku faka a lot of green pepper and garlic eMDIDINI we nkuku"
Briefly News also reported that 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.
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