TikTok Video Shows Man Tripping at Overpriced R73 Pick N Pay Mogodu, Peeps Say Cow Went to Private School

TikTok Video Shows Man Tripping at Overpriced R73 Pick N Pay Mogodu, Peeps Say Cow Went to Private School

  • A social media user was amazed at how much cooked mala-mogodu costs at his local Pick n Pay
  • In his Tiktok video, he interrogated the servers and jokingly asked if this cow belonged to the Zulu monarchy
  • TikTokkers supported him, as they expressed how unnecessarily expensive the cow offal is at the store

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Mala mohodu at PnP in Bloemfontein is expensive, reveals a TikTokker in a funny clip
The country was shook after @shaund_onthatile revealed that cooked Mohodu costs R73.13 at Pick n Pay in Bloemfontein. Image: @shaund_onthatile
Source: TikTok

Usually, you would get a plate of pap and mogodu in the hood for under R50.

This man, however, couldn't believe how expensive mala mogodu was at Pick n Pay in Bloemfontein when he found an R73.13 price tag on a small serving!

Expensive mala-mogodu delicacy displeases shoppers in TikTok video

In the video, @shaund_onthatile is holding the mogodu package and examining it to be sure he does not see things.

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Much to the amusement of netizens, a conversation between him and the servers ensued.

He began by hollering:

"Yoh, yoh, yoh!"

The camera then panned to the two serving ladies.

Holding up the cooked meat's container in his hands, he fired a question to them. He asked:

"Mama, what's with this R70 mogodu that is so small? What was happening with that cow?"

He continues by joking that this cow must have been from the kraal of the Zulu King, who lives in luxury.

"What? Did this cow belong to King Misizulu?"

He continued to shout in disbelief as he showed passerby shoppers, some of whom laughed at his disbelief.

He then beckoned to a Pick n Pay employee pushing a trolley filled with groceries if she doesn't have R70 for him to pay this expensive mogodu!

Watch the video here:

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Mzansi social media users were also up in arms over the not-so-cheap mogodu, which requires a strict way of preparing it.

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Some users were sure that the cow must have received a rich education.

Read some of the comments below:

2lani said:

"Yoh I'm sure it went to private school."

Pakesa Kalane pointed out that the Biblical king David had herded this cow. She added:

"Ke kgomo e ne e diswa ke Davida."

Sylvester Mavee thought that the cow must have had a very healthy diet. He commented:

"Kgomo eo etswa England ene eja lettuce and broccoli."

Some users pointed out that Pick n Pay is pricey regarding food.

Pakesa Ramoshebi was one such user. She opined:

"The place is expensive when coming to their food."

Mdu Khekhe said that he now buys food from the streets.

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"It's been a month now since PnP hiked their prices on cooked meals."

William Smith called the pricing out for being ridiculous. He added:

"R73 for that small portion is daylight robbery."

A water bottle that costs almost R500 sparks debate

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that radio host and television personality Anele Mdoda threw her arms up over a bottle of water priced at a whopping R479.

The celebrity's post caused a stir on the socials, with Mzansi debating over the water.

One user even wondered if this was holy water because it was so expensive!

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Tebogo Mokwena (Current Affairs editor) Tebogo Mokwena is a Current Affairs Editor at Briefly News. He has a Diploma in Journalism from ALISON. He joined Daily Sun, where he worked for 4 years covering politics, crime, entertainment, current affairs, policy, governance and art. He was also a sub-editor and journalist for Capricorn Post before joining Vutivi Business News in 2020, where he covered small business news policy and governance, analysis and profiles. He joined Briefly News in 2023. Tebogo passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative Email: tebogo.mokwena@briefly.co.za