- A man has surprisingly pulled up in an expensive car at his work place to tell his bosses that he quits
- The unknown man's story was shared by his former colleague on social media on Wednesday
- Social media users have shared mixed reactions to the the post, many of them said they'll also quit if they secure a huge bag
Social media users have mixed reactions after a Twitter user shared snaps of his co-worker who pulled up in a white Bentley at his place of work on Wednesday. The former colleague was only there to quit.
The post shared on the micro-blogging app by tweep, @NoFeelinzz, has garnered over 38.1k retweets and more than 233k likes. @NoFeelinzz did not mention the coworker's name, where they are from or the name of their place of work.
"Coworker pulled up in a Bentley this morning and quit."
Tweeps flooded @NoFeelinzz's comment section and shared their views on the man's action.
"Power move. I wouldn't even give them a notice, I'd probably move across the country, change my name, dye my hair, get contacts to change my eye colour, get plastic surgery, and disappear off the face of the earth."
"Must’ve invested in something better than a 9-5."
"That’s a flex flex."
"I'm happy for him, most people dream of doing this, others work towards this."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Yanga Chief has taken to social media to share his excitement after he scooped the Best Hip Hop Album award with his album titled Becoming a Pop Star on Wednesday night, 5 August.
The rapper's album consisted of the hit songs titled Utatakho and the Utatakho remix, which features Boity, Riky Rick and Dee Koala. Yanga beat big names such as K.O, DJ Slique, Big Zulu and YoungstaCPT. The award-winning star said he is forever indebted to South African hip-hop. He tweeted:
"I just want to take this moment to let everyone know that I believe in GOD!! My story is too long to tweet, I’m forever indebted to SA HIP HOP. To the moon we go. Just became a POPSTAR!!! Baby! Thank You South Ah!! #BestHipHop #SAMA26."
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