Halala: Man who sold art lands job after 5 years of "begging"

Halala: Man who sold art lands job after 5 years of "begging"

- A man has taken to social media to gush about finally landing a job

- Trevor Sidogi is known on Mzansi social media for his talented small scale replicas of football stadiums

- However, despite his talent, Trevor struggled to find employment for five years

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Trevor Sidogi is one talented man - his small scale replicas of houses and football stadiums have wowed South Africans online for months.

However, sadly enough, talent is not always enough to give one a comfortable life. Trevor has in the past revealed online that he sells his works of art to make ends meet.

Despite being talented, he struggled to find a good-paying job to take care of his family - until now. On Monday, Trevor that after years of unemployment and looking for a job, he has finally been given the opportunity to prove himself.

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South Africans were happy for the artist and they congratulated him online, praising him for never giving up.

Twitter user, @rigza7, wrote:

"Thank you God, I'm glad you got a job and I hope it treats you well."

Another tweep, @PantsFlossy, commented:

"Really SO proud of you."

Briefly.co.za previously reported on some of Trevor's work. At the age of 31, Trevor Sidogi - who is a massive football fan and dreams of one day owning his own gallery - is a talent that is yet to be discovered.

Sidogi often posts snaps of his creative designs on Twitter and they have caught the attention of some of Mzansi's major celebs - including Oskido.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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