'Civic Duty': Uncle Waffles Bemoans Not Yet Waking Up to 100 Roses, SA Called to Act

'Civic Duty': Uncle Waffles Bemoans Not Yet Waking Up to 100 Roses, SA Called to Act

  • New female DJ sensation Uncle Waffles has set tongues wagging on social media, thanks to some flowery expectations
  • The young disc jockey phenomenon caused a stir by tweeting she had not yet woken up to 100 roses
  • The tweet garnered massive reactions from Saffas, who had mixed reactions to the unexpected remark

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Overnight female DJ sensation Uncle Waffles recently caused a stir on Twitter by lamenting that she had not yet woken up to an enormous bouquet of as many as 100 roses.

Her mercurial rise to the big time is still the talk of the town after the 21-year-old grabbed the headlines a fortnight ago, courtesy of a video showing her blazing the decks at a club.

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New local female DJ sensation Uncle Waffles expects to have woken up to find a rose bouquet waiting for her. Image: @unclewaffffles.
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The video of the mesmerising performance, and the alluring fashion statement that went with it, was widely shared on social media before attracting a big Instagram following from US rapper Drake.

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A few days ago, Uncle Waffles gushed while on a flight after spotting a full-page newspaper spread detailing her sudden and exciting rise to fame.

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The tweet read:

"Still haven't woken up to 100 roses. Sigh."

Saffas had mixed reactions to the post, with some bashing the young star for growing an ego, while others felt her expectations were valid. The tweet attracted close to 7 700 likes while garnering more than 1 400 retweets.

More than 125 comments lit up Uncle Waffles' mentions as new fans and others, alike, expressed their views.

Mixed reactions to

Briefly News takes a look at all the interesting reactions to the post.

@Forty4_myniggg wrote:

"You are becoming entitled don't turn into something else be the same old waffles we know and love."

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@excusemyfacade said:

"Don’t you have a payment plan? Ga ke na 10k wa teng rn. Cuz she’s coming to Flag of Botswana. O tla name o tswhere TV le washing machine."

@AGBABY_17 added:

"Kanti what's taking Drake so long."

@karabeast24 offered:

"How does it feel to be a big account overnight?"

Female DJ sensation Uncle Waffles shares reaction to front page

In recently published news, Briefly News reported that Uncle Waffles is enjoying quite the purple patch, having practically risen to stardom overnight.

The 21-year-old broke the internet last weekend after a video of her tearing it up on the dance floor went viral, even getting notice as far as from US rapper Drake, who subsequently followed the young stunner on Instagram.

However, on a plane trip supposedly to her next big gig on Friday, Uncle Waffles, who could not hide her amazement, took to Twitter to share her reaction to someone reading a newspaper with a full front-page spread of her.

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The caption read:

"We got on the plane, the guy in the aisle in front of us opens the paper and there’s a full page about me. A WHOLE FULL PAGE ABOUT ME. I’m shaking. We definitely scrome."

At the time of publication, the tweet had attracted nearly 13 800 likes and 800 retweets as social media users raised a glass.

Source: Briefly News

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