- A man showcased his new luxury home via Twitter on Wednesday
- The post went viral, but observant social media users quickly noticed that something was amiss
- More and more sceptics started pointing out holes in his story
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The lines between fact and fiction can easily be blurred via social media.
Twitter user Mb3w3 Seth (@S3thu_) caused a stir on Wednesday following his tweet, which showcased his new home.
The home was lavish and boasted opulent finishes all on a massive plot.
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The home was even more impressive than the hot Porsche standing in the driveway.
Initially, the young man was lauded by tweeps for the incredible achievement, but others noticed that something was amiss.
Sceptics noticed that the vehicle did not have a South African registration and others claimed to have seen the home in the United States.
The tweet can be viewed below.
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Briefly.co.za observed some of the hilarious reactions.
Victor R (@VVRSnr) said,
"Congratulations to all of you who bought this home. And to those who will also post it in future, congratulations in advance."
Madibana Mokgehle® (@mokgehle_ettien) added,
"I think I'll also own this house later today."
#CEO (@TimLeada) asked,
"Were do u live coz that ain't SA number plate?"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu expressed his disdain following a controversial social media post.
The post included a photo of a mansion that is said to be owned by Shivambu.
Shivambu refuted the claims and social media users revealed some interesting details regarding the lavish home.
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