Weekends in Mzansi have not been the same since lockdown and those that bought alcohol are slowly making their way through their stock patiently waiting for the end date to approach.
While many South Africans made sure they had enough alcohol to get them through pre-lockdown, Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo stash seems to be more than enough.
Taking to Twitter on Friday, "One Night" singer Shade asked tweeps how much stock they had left.
How much stock you got left? pic.twitter.com/lZmyLQ11yw— SHADE_WORLDWIDE (@SHADE_WORLDWIDE) April 3, 2020
To which Mohale replied: "25 bottles of champagne, 6 bottles of sparkling wine, 2 bottles of Prosecco, 8 bottles of gin, 12 bottles of vodka, 4 bottles of whiskey, 1 bottle of aperol, 2 bottles of tequila, 1 bottle of Jägermeister, 72 ciders, 12 beers and 4 bottles of wine."
25 bottles of champagne, 6 bottles of sparkling wine, 2 bottles of Prosecco, 8 bottles of gin, 12 bottles of vodka, 4 bottles of whiskey, 1 bottle of aperol, 2 bottles of tequila, 1 bottle of Jägermeister, 72 ciders, 12 beers and 4 bottles of wine. https://t.co/5huCyr4YZt— Mohale Motaung (@mohale_motaung) April 4, 2020
This response left tweeps in awe as some didn't get enough stock to make it through the 21 days.
Are you sure, can i pay you a surprise visit? pic.twitter.com/StRitjkNtC
— Lucky MB. (@YamunguD) April 4, 2020
Karma will get you. Why torture us a country, Mohale?
— Gunjie (@KingSenny_) April 4, 2020
😢I name your tweet "Torture" pic.twitter.com/Az4PHK6Y4e
— Noko (@Ernest348) April 4, 2020
Can I come visit.. I have papers I'm Corona free pic.twitter.com/OA8U5fj8Ts
— 02/04/20 Born Day🎉🎂🎊🔥 (@Pearl_of_a_King) April 4, 2020
This comes after it was announced last week that Mohale would be teaching English online during the lockdown after joining forces with MsZora by Africa Teen Geeks.