- Musician Daniel Marvin has posted a short video of his beautiful big house on his Twitter page
- The short clip show the outside view of the neatly painted white double story with the caption, "I'm grateful"
- The clip received over 100 000 reactions from his impressed tweeps who congratulated him on the stunning property
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Daniel Marven shared a short clip of his stunning well-built double story property to his Twitter page recently. The large property is painted neatly white and features a large built-on balcony as well as several pillars.
His post was accompanied by the simple caption, "I'm grateful".
The clip garnered over 100 000 views and over a 1000 comments from his followers and fans who congratulated him on his immaculate property. While some asked to be invited to the housewarming, others joked that it may not be his home.
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Here are some of those comments.
"House warming ke leng?I'll come with my 9k followers.."
"Ay wena you always grateful, just by walking pass other people's houses."
While @FikileKingsley asked:
"How much Did u spend for everything my King to build this from scratch?"
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In other Briefly.co.za news, Clement Molobela has once again taken to Twitter to say thank you to the people who helped him during his darkest moments. Two years ago the young student shared pictures of his broken school clothes, along with a plea for help from anyone willing.
His desperate cry for help was heard by local celebrity Boitumelo Thulo better known as Boity as well as a few other generous people. Two years later, Clement says that he is in matric and doing much better - "grinding very well."
Tweeps who were impressed at Clement's thankful heart encouraged the young man to keep "grinding". They also wished him luck with his upcoming matriculant exams.
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