Police Minister Bheki Cele’s Flirtatious Encounter with a Mystery Woman Sets Social Media Abuzz
South Africa’s Police Minister, Bheki Cele, found himself at the center of a social media storm.
A captivating video captured the 71-year-old ANC member in a seemingly flirtatious exchange with a mystery woman. The video ignited has set social media abuzz.
Bheki Cele’s Flirtatious Encounter Goes Viral
In the 35-second-long video that took the internet by storm, the unidentified woman boldly made her intentions clear, leaving Minister Bheki Cele in an unexpected encounter.
With her arm draped around the minister, she playfully placed his hat back on his head and declared, “I want this man.”
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Cele quickly pulls away from her and says “No, no, no.” He then puts his arm over her shoulder as she rubs his potbelly and laughs.
“I want this man. Look at his potbelly, a potbelly of wealth,” she says as Cele gently taps her hand.
Bheki Cele’s response was a mix of surprise and humor as he gently tapped her hand, attempting to quell her advances.
The video continued with the pair posing side by side, leaving social media users intrigued.
Social media, particularly X (formerly Twitter), erupted with a flurry of opinions and reactions.
The video sparked a debate as netizens offered mixed views, with some speculating that the minister seemed to enjoy the attention, while others questioned the appropriateness of the encounter.
From Pockets to Nightclubs: Bheki Cele’s Past Controversies
This isn’t the first time Minister Bheki Cele has drawn attention on social media. In June, a picture of him posing with a group of young ladies raised eyebrows due to his hand placement in his pocket. While interpretations varied, many social media users hinted at potential sexual undertones.
In a more scandalous incident, another picture surfaced of Cele flanked by two scantily-clad women at a Cape Town nightclub.
The image went viral, prompting a response from the minister himself. He threatened legal action against controversial blogger Musa Khawula, who claimed that one of the women was Cele’s daughter.
On eNCA, Cele vehemently denied the allegation, emphasizing that his daughter resided in Durban.