- The end of the year is fast approaching and peeps are counting down until they can take leave - Terry Pheto seems to be one of them
- The actress has announced the official change of "king regards" with "asbonge" when ending off emails during the festive season
- Terry started a whole trend on social media with peeps switching up the work lingo with phrases that are better suited for that December feeling
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Terry Pheto is officially a trendsetter in the Twitter streets. The media personality has begun a whole change in office lingo to fit the festive season and the tweeps are 100% here for it.
Terry Pheto has deemed herself the office lingo consultant of December 2021. The actress hopped onto Twitter to share the most appropriate replacement for the popular email sign off "kind regards". What better way to sprinkle some festivity than to write "asbonge" instead?
The peeps definitely understood the assignment as they joined in on the professional jargon substitutions.
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"Danko... Thank you."
"Hibiri - I'm out."
"I'm tempted to do this pls Terry."
Trending moments like these come few and far between for Terry Pheto as she does not often put herself in the spotlight and earlier this year, TimesLIVE reported that the award-winning actress was put right in the middle of the spotlight by her amazing band of girlfriends to celebrate her 40th birthday in style.
Actress Terry Pheto on looting: "My heart goes out to small business owners"
Briefly News reported that Mzansi's beloved actress Terry Pheto had expressed her sympathies towards the country's business owners that have been affected by the violent looting of shops in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng in protest for Jacob Zuma's release from jail.
As Briefly News reported early this year, the former state president was arrested in Nkandla, KwaZulu-Natal, and the event triggered dramatic destruction of private property as people demanded Zuma's immediate release.
Business vehicles, small shops, national retailers, and various small businesses in KZN and Gauteng suffered demolition for a series of days, with the climax hitting on Tuesday.
Source: Briefly News