Young man buys himself his dream car, flexes it online: "Thank God"

Young man buys himself his dream car, flexes it online: "Thank God"

- A young man who was only identified as Bongane has achieved one of his goals and he shared it online

- Bongane always dreamed of owning a BMW 140i and he made it a reality this week

- On Tuesday, he revealed he bought his dream car and he thanked God for it; no one had anything bad to say about this milestone in his life

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Not everyone in life can say they bought their dream car. One lucky young man, Bongane, is one of the few who managed to achieve that dream.

Taking to his Twitter account on Tuesday, Bongane revealed he purchased the car he has always wanted - a BMW 140i.

He posted snaps of the new whip and thanked God for making it possible.

Young man buys himself his dream car, flexes it online: "Thank God"

Bongane shows off his stunning new whip. Photo credit: @Real_Bongane/Twitter
Source: Twitter

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He captioned the post:

"I got my dream car today and I just want to thank God for it!"

Take a look at the post below:

The post gathered a couple thousand likes and social media users congratulated on his new wheels.

Twitter user, @waltermphuthi1, commented:

"Proud of you son."

Another tweep, @Zizo2Luv, added:

"Brother, look after your car. Your car is very beautiful, look after it."

On Monday, Briefly.co.za reported a woman gushed about buying herself a whip. Nazola N, who goes by the handle of @lazolaa_n on Twitter, posted a video of something that she is super proud of herself for achieving.

In the video, she shows off her new Kia and captions the video with the following:

"I bought myself a car guys! I am extremely happy and so proud of myself."

Nazola is not the only lady who got a new set of wheels. Two other women took to their respective Twitter pages to show off the cars they bought themselves.

The posts went viral on Mzansi social media and South Africans were happy to see young women succeeding.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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