Squad goals: Man’s friends send him R750 as “Friendship Allowance”

Squad goals: Man’s friends send him R750 as “Friendship Allowance”

Imagine having friends who would drop you a few hundred rands, simply for being a good friend. Mzansi was in disbelief after a young man tweeted that his friends deposited R750 into his banking account as “Friendship Allowance”. He proudly gashed that he had the best friends ever.

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The rest of South Africa jokingly questioned whether they’d get some money if they joined his friendship circle, and even volunteered to be his friend. But his story also made people realise that such acts of love and kindess happen more often than anyone realises, Briefly.co.za found.

Many South Africans shared their own experiences about how friends helped them out of a tough situation.

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It wasnt only about the financial transcation either, but simply, one person trying to help another out.

Nosipho Gumede shared a screenshot of a conversation between her and her friend in which her friend says that she just deposited money into Nospho’s bacnk account. Nosipho added that her friend does that all the time.

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Nomvula Khuzwayo shared that her friend sent her R 6400 when she was in a difficult situation.

The heartwarming stories soon had South Africans tagging and retweeting their friends, demanding to know how much their friendship is worth.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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