SA hilariously argues over 'national home': "I stole this house first"

SA hilariously argues over 'national home': "I stole this house first"

- A woman took to social media to share before and after photos of a house

- She claimed the crib belonged to her and gushed about being a home owner at 21

- However, South Africans poked holes in her stories and discovered it probably did not belong to her

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South Africans are apparently living by the motto 'Sharing is caring'. On Friday, a lady, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @_ziikhona, shared photos of a house.

She claimed that the house belong to her and that she's now a home owner at the age of 21.

Her post read:

"#PriceToPay I never thought I would be a house owner at the age of 21, I wanna thank my mom, my dad, my parents and everyone who supported my hustle. House warming soon."

Take a look at her post below:

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Some social media users congratulated her on the new crib but many recognised the house. Saffas realised it's not the first time some posted snaps of this exact house and claimed it belonged to them.

Social media influencer Taka Tina shared @_ziikhona's post and revealed he had dibs on the house first.

Take a look at his post below:

Other social media users also shared screenshots of posts people share about the house and some wanted to know who it belonged to anyway.

Twitter user, @Baki_Baki01, commented:

"Should we tell them or it's still early?"

Carol Ramalepe, who goes by the Twitter handle @ckramalepe, added:

"Who's house is this anyway?"

It's not the first time several tweeps used an image of the same house to gush about make believe successes.

Briefly.co.za previously reported on another 'national house' that circulated on social media and every Tom, Dick and Sipho are claiming that they built it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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