Former South Africa Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni in not only known for being a politician, but he is also popular on social media site Twitter for regularly posting pictures of his home cooked meals, and earlier today (Wednesday November 10), the former Finance Minister posted a couple of pictures of his plate after finishing his lunch.
However, some eagle eyed people noticed that Tito Mboweni has completely destroyed the chicken bones from his lunch meal by chewing them, and as you can expect from South Africans, they quickly started making jokes about it...
"Am I seeing what m seeing vele😳 it looks like the machine was used to grind those bones"
"🤣🤣 ja nhe Tiger lama Tiger"
"You didn't play with those bones shame"
"Vele, i am surprised 😮 today we didn't see bones"
"Those are bones that he grinded 🤣"
"The bones😂😂😂Le di phurile yooh"
"Poor chicken 🐔...😢😅"
"Even the dog won't eat those bones 😂"
Sources References | https://twitter.com/tito_mboweni/status/1458414104385888259?t=NE8jywANtF-bMns19XcNkg&s=19 | https://twitter.com/ThaCido88/status/1458445068587655169?t=MWci4ienSCvv56rvSmWhOQ&s=19 | https://twitter.com/Michael38353366/status/1458475589279551489?t=8vxmGH9PS6MFqwHemAe_Bw&s=19
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