- A young man has revealed that he found money that he thought he had lost a month ago
- Social media user, @Lethabo_Is_Key, said he had stashed his R3 000 in his car's sun visor
- Other social media users flooded his comment section with lots of questions after he shared his good news on Twitter
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A young man has taken to social media to reveal that he found R3 000 that he thought he had lost a month ago.
The tweep, @Lethabo_Is_Key, said he found the money when he recently flipped his car's sun visor. @Lethabo_Is_Key excitedly tweeted the snaps of his cash that he had stashed in the sun visor. He captioned the post:
"Today I flipped a sun visor. And I found R3 000 that I thought I had lost a month ago."
Mzansi social media users have flooded his comment section with hilarious questions. Some believe that he placed the money there just to take pics for Twitter. The tweep has been dragged for his post. Most peeps accused @Lethabo_Is_Key of lying just to get attention on the micro-blogging app.
"Lies, you put it there just to take a pic and lie to us."
"A month ago you say?"
"Lies I saw you at the ATM withdrawing this cash."
"Bafo, you wanna tell me that for a whole month you've been driving only at night nje."
"Stop lying to us, we are not your grandchildren."
"So your car hasn't been to the car wash for over a month?"
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that social media users shared mixed reactions after a Twitter user posted snaps of his co-worker who pulled up in a white Bentley at his place of work on Wednesday.
The man 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. @NoFeelinzz wrote:
"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. One user, @cheezkid260, commented:
"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."
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