Limpopo man proudly shows off his luxury vehicles: 'He is blessed'

Limpopo man proudly shows off his luxury vehicles: 'He is blessed'

- A man has shared a video showing off his cars

- He explained that he has cars for different occasions

- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions

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A video of a man showing off his luxury cars has gone viral on social media. In the footage, the man is seen describing how each car fulfills a different purpose. Social media users had mixed reactions about the post.

Twitter user KingTuT_za shared the video on social media with the caption:

"I'm never leaving Limpopo #MondayMotivation"

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It has received over 10 000 views. In the footage, the man being filmed said that he uses each car for a different reason. For example, one car was used as the errand vehicle for such things as grocery shopping. Another car was used to pick the kids up from school. Other cars were simply used to show off.

Social media users had mixed reactions. Some were amused while other unimpressed by the unnecessary expenditure. Twitter user Patrickmbhele3 said:

"This is why we will never build wealth as blacks ,while Chinese do real stuff to round up the world ,we busy with bragging"

While WiseySA said:

"He is blessed"

Rakadimo24 said:

"I must relocate to Limpopo"

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that controversial businessman Moruti Gucci was once again trending on social media after a video was shared showing him flaunting his money. In the footage, the 39-year-old was seen clad in full Gucci attire and 'washing' his car with a bottle of the expensive Veuve Clicquot champagne. His real name is Ephraim Ramashu from Limpopo and he has admitted that the love of designer labels runs deep in his veins.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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