Lady gets expensive Benz from her parents, shows it off online

Lady gets expensive Benz from her parents, shows it off online

- A lady with the Twitter handle @itslowlah has flaunted the new whip her parents got her

- @itslowlah shared two pictures showing her happy poses beside the new Benz

- For those who tried to dampen her joy, she gave them an apt response

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Parents who know how to take care of their children could be everything. A lady with the Twitter name Lola The Creator++, showcased the new car she got from hers.

In a post on the platform on Sunday, August 23, she said: "Parents got my FIRST car" as she struck different poses with the new whip.

While many were wowed by the gift, others could not hide their envy as they dropped dampening comments, showing how the car was a bad choice.

Lola did not take the negative reactions lightly as she engaged them in subsequent posts under her initial tweet.

She tweeted:

"Why are ppl so negative...my parents trust me but they ain’t letting me drive it for now loll. They have other ones I can practice on so abeg pls shut up with that negative 'she’s gonna crash' nonsense"

The lucky daughter added that she is grateful for the gift as she thanked God for making her parents the source of her joy, saying she would want to follow in their footsteps of giving.

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Pictures showing the lady with the new Benz. Photo source: Twitter/@itslowlah

Pictures showing the lady with the new Benz. Photo source: Twitter/@itslowlah
Source: UGC

Below is her tweet:

Below are people's reactions:

In other related news, one of China’s richest families gave their 24-year-old son a whopping $3.8 billion gift.

The family, also a founder of Sino Biopharmaceutical Ltd, transferred around a fifth of their company’s share capital to their son, Eric Tse, an act that instantly made him one of the richest people.

It should be noted that this is not the first time there is a passing down of wealth to the next generation. In 2018, four Chinese families transferred more than $17 billion into a family trust.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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