- Cassper Nyovest has added his two cents about Lasizwe's date with Michael Bucwa, aka Mr Smeg
- Lasizwe and Mr Smeg went on a date over the weekend and it trended on social media
- Cassper believes that Lasizwe should not complain now that the public is invested in the relationship
Cassper Nyovest has decided to play big brother to Lasizwe after his very public date over the weekend. The YouTube sensation nearly broke the internet when he went on a date with Michael Bucwa, aka Mr Smeg.
Cassper has warned Lasizwe that because he decided to make everything public, he should not be offended if things go south and people want to know all the details.
“Lea bona lare includa? Ha le fetsa go hurtana mo tlabe re blella gore "It's none of our business.” (You want to include us? When he hurts you, you mustn't say "It's none of our business.)"
Lasizwe chose not to respond to Cassper but social media users shared their thoughts.
Meanwhile, Briefly News had previously reported that popular social media user, Mr Smeg, aka Michael Bucwa's dreams became a reality on Tuesday this week as he finally got to show Lasizwe those big shoulders he's always offering as a spot to lean on.
Various posts made by both Mr Smeg and Laswize show the two of them together at an undoubtedly pricey and classy eatery looking all sorts of dapper and clean in their shirts and skin-tight pants.
"Today was really AMAZING! I enjoyed this date thoroughly. Shoutout to Twitter for making this happen!"
Lasizwe captioned the snaps in which he had removed Mr Smeg's head unfortunately.
Mr Smeg simply captioned his post "Mr Smeg and Lasizwe." Meanwhile, many South African social media users had an awful lot to say about the post. Read a few of their comments below:
"This is what we wanted to see. Re a leboga for the entertainment."
"Yaphela imini ndingakhange ndenze nto oko ndithe ntsho kule lunch."
"Can we call this the best date to ever come from Twitter?"
"Can't be Lasizwe and Mr Smeg without the Kettle... this is Michael le Shadrack."
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