This week it was raining luxury vehicles as Mzansi men spoilt their loved ones with top of the range vehicles. Sho Majozi, on the other hand, suffered rejection at the hands of her oblivious crush.
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South African baes were doing the most to give those closest to them the finer things in life, dropping millions on impressive whips.
Briefly.co.za explores the hottest stories from this past week:
1. Joburg businessman splurges on Lamborghini, 2 Jeeps and 2 Porsches
A man became the talk of the town when he shared a video of the luxury cars he recently purchased.
In the footage, the businessman from Joburg flaunts his rides which he bought for himself, wife, kids and parents.
Thabiso Hamilton Ndlovu showed off his vehicles on social media. He said the one Lamborghini Urus, two Porsches and two Jeeps were for himself, "the kids”, his parents and wife.
Ndlovu is the founder of Hamilton Holdings, an engineering company. However, the reactions to the footage were of caution rather than excitement. Many social media users were wary for him and warned him to not succumb to the same fate as 'Sam Holdings'.
2. Couple goals: Durban man buys his girlfriend Mercedes G-Wagon
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.
3. Sho Madjozi giving up on love after getting disappointed by her crush
Sho Madjozi is in an incredible space in her career, but her love life isn't so hot. The star recently let fans in on the disappointing response she got from her crush after sending him a few pics she thought were sure to put a smile on his dial.
Alas, Sho's mystery crush only responded with a disappointing "Cool."
The rapper tweeted, "If you think the buhlungz phel (hurt ends), I sent these to a guy and he responded, 'Cool.' And I thought these were cute!"
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