- A billionaire businessman in the United Kingdom, Reuben Singh, has a Rolls Royce for every turban colour he wears
- The businessman of Indian origin, who has 17 Rolls Royce in his garage, became an internet sensation after photos of his matching turban and with the cars went viral
- Singh is the chief executive officer of AllDayPA in the United Kingdom and he previously worked in an influential position in the British government
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An Indian-origin businessman in the United Kingdom, Reuben Singh, is a Rolls Royce lover who has a matching one for every turban colour he wears.
Singh became a worldwide sensation after pictures of his matching turban and Rolls Royce cars went viral, CarToq reports.
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Lighting up social media with his photos
Taking to his Instagram page, Briefly News gathers that Singh's love for Rolls Royces is indescribable as the billionaire businessman lit up his page with beautiful photos of his luxury cars.
In the photos, Singh posed in front of each Rolls Royce wearing a turban in the same colour as the vehicle.
Some of the Rolls Royce he owns include the Phantom VIII and the Cullinan. The colour of some of his Rolls Royce matches precious stones' colours.
Local man buys his mom a Benz, Mzansi reacts: "Can I be the wife"
Imagine receiving a car as a birthday gift from your obviously successful young son. It is certainly something many South African moms hope for. A young South African man recently made his mom proud in that way.
Taking to Twitter, Mashao Seabela shared a clip of his mom receiving the gift that keeps on giving - a brand-new Mercedes Benz. In the clip, his visibly surprised mom can't hold back her tears and excitement as he walks her to her new whip.
"Thobela! I got my mom her dream car as her belated 40th gift and her reaction is priceless. Thank you for sacrificing so much to afford me the best opportunities and I pray God blesses you with many more years," he captioned the heartwarming post.
Mzansi has this to say:
"Can I be the wife please hun?"
"I love how people appreciate their parents. It's cute watching her reaction."
Source: Briefly News