Couple goals: Durban man buys his girlfriend Mercedes G-Wagon

Couple goals: Durban man buys his girlfriend Mercedes G-Wagon

- A Mzansi man was filmed gifting his bae with a luxury Mercedes Benz recently

- The footage shows the excited lady collapse in shock as she saw the stunning vehicle before her

- Social media users had mixed reactions about the video, some were happy for the couple while others were green with envy

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A video shared online left many social media users with their jaws on the floor. A Durban man surprised his lady with a brand-new Mercedes G-Wagon. The surprised lady collapsed in disbelief as he presented the luxury car to her.

Twitter user SpeshZondo shared the video on social media. It was viewed over 7 000 times by amazed social media users, who had varying reactions to the footage. Some were in denial about whether he really bought the gift for her. Twitter user MoscurryLeshawn said:

"The car is registered under his name... He's just borrowing her to act right & allow him to cheat in peace."

Twitter user hazel_mahazard said:

"He cheated, this is an 'I’m sorry' in advance."

Some were concerned about the way the man spoke to the lady after she collapsed in disbelief. He told her to stand up in a slightly aggressive tone that some did not approve of. Twitter user NewBorn_ELLE said:

"I heard a very abusive 'Suguma!' "

Phelokuhle_ said:

"I heard a very aggressive 'Sukuma'..."

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Zama_dubane said:

"This is how this guy speaks, I know him. People must stop looking for bad in good things, they just had a baby with the lady and about to get married."

Briefly.co.za previously reported that a local businessman set the internet abuzz when he shared a video of his new purchase. The man bought five luxury cars in one day and shared the moment on social media - Many were left impressed while others warned him that SARS and the Hawks were watching.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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