- Nando's has taken to Twitter to share a joke about the Ace Magshule suspension debacle
- In a tweet, Nando's used a play on words to both highlight the fact that Ace was suspended and to call on people to spend at the restaurant
- Mzansi loved their wit and reacted to the post over 8k times, many of them laughing in the comment section
Nando's recently took a break from sharing clapbacks with its customers and rather focused on turning another trending Mzansi issue into a joke. Taking to Twitter, Nando's used a hilarious play on words to poke fun at Ace Magashule's recent attempt to suspend President Cyril Ramaphosa after he was suspended by the ANC.
"Even Moreki is feeling the heat. #AceSuspendsCyril," the captioned an image that read: 'Suspenda la, suspenda le. Is this the final order.
Locals found it hilarious and were soon cheering the mischievous team at Nando's on. Read a few of their funny comments below:
"Am I the only one who read it as 'Suspenda la=don't spend here'"
"The suspended has suspended the suspender"
"You've always got an Ace up your sleeve wena ne"
"Battle of the suspensions... I wonder who will CHICKEN out?"
"Nandos is always number 1 in advertising"
"Yabona ukswapha uswapha unganaki, bathi kushoda unkukhu uthi mswapheni"
In other Briefly News it seems local fast food joint Nando's can't get enough of hilariously roasting its customers online, the brand is known for it.
The food company decided it would clap back after some serious shade was thrown by a man who complained about the dryness of Nando's'buns. Twitter user @cytrusdc, who made the comment, then posted an outrageous image of a man looking ashy as ever, probably in reference to the dry food.
Not taking the comments sitting down, Nando's social media team took the opportunity to educate the man and throw some spicy choice words back his way. @NandosSA replies:
"Were your glasses also hungry? They should've at least told you our rolls are not hair food abuthi."
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Source: Briefly News