- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently shared a hilarious post about eating a very spicy mopane worm stew
- The hilarious post features some snaps of a very flushed-looking Mboweni after eating the hot dish
- Many found the post hilarious while others criticised the food-loving 'Uncle Tito' heavily in the comment section
Fun-loving Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed to Twitter to share some photos of his spicy mopane stew and pap dish that left his forehead sweaty and his ears ringing. He also shared a snap of himself looking all sorts of bothered after eating the hot stew.
"Too many chillies in the masonja mix. From our garden! Too hot!! Lesson learned," he hilariously captioned the array of photographs.
Minister Tito Mboweni seemingly never learns his lesson about preparing overly spicy food and then sharing the results with his followers, who almost always show him zero mercy but instead laugh at or criticise him.
Mzansi had this to say:
"Awusemuhle Minister uyi Chipi."
"What is wrong with eating mopani worms, I don't think it affects his ability as a minister of finance. Unless you know something we don't know."
"Maybe he should tweet more about his 'abilities' and work than this crap."
"How is this guy in charge of our money?"
"See... like it when you tweet your masonja, not when you are pretending to give a damn about the common South Africans, no politician does. Ya'll all just securing your bags, am I lying?"
Briefly News also reported adorable Finance Minister Tito Mboweni just can't seem to catch a break on social media. The politician is definitely known for getting a generous roasting from his Twitter followers who seem to find fault with many of his day-to-day activities.
This week the politician took to Twitter to share snaps from his recent visit to beautiful Tzaneen, Limpopo. From the pics it's clear the minister enjoyed his serving of delicious brown onion soup with a side of warm steam bread.
He captioned the post:
"Lunch today. French onion soup and farm baked bread @MountainCafe. Makgobaskloof. Nice, favourite table. May 2, 2021. @golimpopo. @TzaneenV"
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