This young lady probably had no idea she would trend like this.

After being asked the whereabouts of some missing pots, she responded with “I made the things [/her think] that it cannot make that pots to be done,” to which the Speak-Outpresenter said; “I don’t know if anybody understands.”

The story behind ‘the pots’
Women of Block E in Maniini Village in Limpopo Province ordered 3 -legged aluminium pots from a manufacturer known as Tsireledzo Singo in 2012. They paid her R13 925 as a deposit towards their 48 pots order and only received 2 complete pots and 9 unlidded pots. To date they are still waiting for the remaining pots and the lids. They seeked Speak Out’s help to get their money back from the manufacturer or the remainder of their order.
– Speak out YouTube
The young lady in the video is the daughter of Tsireledzo Singo, who apparently ran away with the money for the pots in 2012. In the full video of the show, the young lady with the attitude even agrees that she “is the problem,” and after a  discussion with the mother about settling the debt, Tsireledzo agrees to pay the women of Block E R2000 a month until it is fully paid off.

Here is a link to the full episode: Speak Out 8 – Episode 46: Half-cooked pot deal

Fast forward to today, and the young lady is being heavily meme’d all over South African social media.
Take a look at this short video that led to her internet stardom: