SA doctor shows off the R2.4 million "push gift" her hubby got her

SA doctor shows off the R2.4 million "push gift" her hubby got her

A South African doctor, who was identified as Patty Grace, took to social media to show off the "push gift" her hubby got her.

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Last week, Dr Grace took to Twitter to share the expensive gift her husband got her- a brand new Mercedes-Benz G Wagon AMG.

According to Cars.co.za, the luxury Mercedes costs over R2.4 million.

She shared several photos of the whip, captioning the post: "Push Gift: Big Body Benz."

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Briefly.co.za gathered the post sparked quite the reaction from social media users. A lot of tweeps congratulated the doctor, adding she chose the right man.

Twitter user @IamSnoOpy365 wrote, "I don’t know about y’all but this is motivation for me .congratulations once again."

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Other social media users were left shook over the expensive push gift and some even got a little jealous.

Social media user @Makhanya_TZ commented: "Dear God, I have witnessed the good things you have been doing for others, I know you have been there for me too at least I still have life,good health that's huge you saved me from horrible situation now please take care of my financial and material aspects too. Oluwa modupe."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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