- A woman, Rachel Rodgers, became really popular online after she showed off her new mansion built on a 53-acre ranch
- Rachel said that she grew up in a low-income background to achieve what she has today, adding that it seems so unreal
- The businesswoman, however, said that she hasd been working for over 10 years before the big feat materialised
A black woman has succeeded and is now a very big inspiration to many after she became the owner of a mansion sitting on 53-acre land.
The success did not just come to her in a day, Rachel Rogers said she had been in business for over 10 years before her latest achievement came to be.
According to her, she grew up in a very humble low-income background. She said that even after acquiring the mansion, it still comes across as a very unbelievable experience.
In the pictures she attached to her tweet on social media, she could be seen celebrating with her family. One of the photos shows her inside the house while another gives a good sky-high view of the whole property.
Since her post went viral, it has drawn positive feedback from people as they were wowed by it all.
She tweeted: "I’m a black woman from Queens. I grew up low-income. I’ve been building a business over the last 10 years. And I just became the owner of a 53-acre ranch. I lived it and still I’m like 'How sway?' "
Below are some of the ways people reacted to the post on Twitter:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a 22-year-old woman, B Williams, and her husband became house owners in the US.
She made the news known on Friday, July 10. She said that they built the house themselves from the “ground up” as she thanked God for the great achievement.
In the pictures she shared, B Williams could be seen standing with her two children and her husband in front of the house’s driveway, which accommodated their two exotic cars.
The happy woman also said that the house has five bedrooms and four baths. In a subsequent tweet, she shared another set of pictures showing the home in its building process.
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