- A gorgeous young lady has showed off her new house on social media
- The tweep, Neo Sukude, posted keys to her beautiful crib and Mzansi social media users have been praising her ever since
- The stunner said she was handed the keys this morning and she walked right into her house the very same morning
A beautiful young woman has taken to social media to show off her new crib. Neo Sukude shared on Twitter that she got the keys to her new home on Tuesday morning, 28 July.
Neo, who gushed with pride over her achievement, wasted no time and moved into her new house on the same morning.
According to her profile on the micro-blogging app, Neo is a digital brand strategist and a cook. The stunner posted pictures of the keys to her crib and captioned her post:
"Big girl purchases. Got my keys handed over and walked into my new home this morning. Blessed to say I’m now a homeowner. All praise to the most high."
Tweeps who read Neo's post have praised her for buying the home. Some have even asked to move in with her.
"Congratulations Neo... Can I move in you with you?"
"Can I be your boyfriend? Don't worry I'll cook for you. Just to make that house warm. Actually I loved you 5 years ago I was just afraid to tell you."
"Honey, this is not only a big purchase but a BIG ACHIEVEMENT, it says a lot about you and where you are financially! Keep doing big, better and amazing things. Sprinkle some of that extra black girl magic my way, okaaay!"
"And a big congratulations to you sugar. Big girl moves right there. Queening."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a couple celebrated their wedding day in Spain recently and they honoured Master KG by dancing to his hit song.
The bride and groom was joined by their wedding guests to dance Jerusalema during their reception. Master KG posted the video on his Twitter account video over the weekend. He captioned the post:
"Jerusalema at a wedding in Spain."
The video gathered over 397 800 views at the time of publication and South Africans could not have been prouder of Master KG for getting international recognition.
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