A lady got mad when she ordered a cake for her baby but receive Cyril ramaphosa look alike cake

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The world is full of surprises, and people who are amusing add to the mix. Despite the fact that everyone hustles in their own unique way, some people stumble on the areas they claim to be experts at, leaving clients disappointed.

Consider the artist Rasta; he is recognized for creating ungainly paintings that frequently speak to people, but he is also known for never giving up on his work.

Kamo Marven, a woman named Kamo, resorted to Twitter to express her unhappiness with receiving anything other than what she had requested. She appears to have ordered a cake for her son, who is most likely a newborn infant based on the fact that she did not specify her age, but she was furious when she received it.

"I order a cake for my son, and then this woman brings the cake for Cyril Ramaphosa's newborn," she captioned a photo of the treat on Instagram. Twitter users could not help but wonder if Rasta was not the one who created the cake, which she flatly denied.

People from all around the country reacted positively to the lady's message, although some were disappointed by her choice to equate Cyril Ramaphosa to cake, which she said was her goal.

Take a look at what other South Africans have to say in the comments box below.

People are saying a variety of things about this cake, with some laughing it off and others seeing it as a dig at President Cyril Ramaphosa.

How do you feel about this? Is it conceivable that the cake resembles South African President Cyril Ramaphosa?

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