Tito Mboweni has again left the social media streets in a mess with his culinary skills after he recently posted a lamb that he was busy cooking. Taking to his Twitter page, he wrote:”Wait before commenting. Boil the lamb, then introduce the spices, onions and garlic. Relax!” Mboweni often shares his kitchen wins and losses with the Tweeps.
Tweeps where quick to comment on the post and expressed how they felt. One Tweep said:”Are we sure Tito Mboweni is not the person who won the tender for rain during Noah's flood? This man loves flooding things.”
Another Tweep said:”I thought there was progress, now we are back to square one. Stop attending NEC meetings they stress you and you take it out on the pots. After washing your meat learn not to pour extra water use the meat juices”
“We have a shortage of water in South Africa, please save water Mr Titos,” said another Tweep. Many Tweeps reacted to the amount of water that was in the pot. Some peeps gave him advice as to how to cook a lamb whereas others where in stitches.
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