- Social media icon Daniel Marven created confusion online after sharing a post about 2kg amasi and hinting that something seemed off
- Many locals proved Marven wrong as they shared posts about other brands of maas that are also measured in kilograms and not litres
- Marven did not respond to any of the answers he received as Mzansians took their receipts to the table
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Popular Twitter user Daniel Marven started a debate on social media about how amasi is measured. He posted an image from a store's Black Friday deal which measures the sour milk in kilograms.
The company is selling 2kg maas and Marven confused a few Twitter users who quickly became investigators. Peeps started sharing pics of other amasi brands that also measure the popular drink in kilograms rather than litres.
Some locals even brought out their conversion checkers to see how many kilograms are considered a litre and vice versa.
Check the post out below:
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Read some of the comments left by Saffas:
"The joke is on you buddy... 2kg is actually correct as this is not measured in litres."
"Y'all didn't know that maas is measured in Kg and not L? Come on guys. It's clear that maas is not liquid."
"Apparently, this is correct. This is how you measure maas."
"Before anything, the density of water is not the same as that of milk, especially sour milk... Otherwise, that would've been correct... But we'll give it to them..."
@Mandy_thebizniz came through with this:
"What is off? Maas and any aqueous solution like a body cream too is measured in weight (mass), not litres..."
"I can't keep quiet a whole retail shop advertisement? 2KG really?"
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