- A young woman has managed to make Mzansi proud after she shared a picture of her new apartment keys
- @meisie_modiga took to Twitter to share the accomplishment with her followers
- Her post was received with warmth, generating nearly 16 000 reactions
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In this week's servings of black girl magic, we have a young woman who managed to wow Mzansi with a photo of her brand-new apartment keys. Meisie_Modiga took to Twitter to share the photo with the caption:
"Siri, play “New Apartment” by Ari Lennox."
Her post was well-received with over 16 000 likes and 2 200 retweets. Impressed tweeps also took the opportunity to congratulate the young woman on her successful purchase.
While a few rotten eggs tried to dampen her shine by questioning whether she was renting or bought the place, her loyal followers quickly put them in their place and explained, either way, it's still a praiseworthy achievement.
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Here are a few of those comments.
"The people asking if it's rented or bought are exhausting. It's an achievement nonetheless, a sign that the lady is making praiseworthy progress in her life. That's all that matters."
"Congratulations, how I wish I could get my own 11:11."
"Send location for a house-warming party, congratulations girl."
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In other Briefly.co.za news, MacKenzie Scott and her ex-husband, Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, settled their divorce last year. As a result of the divorce settlement, MacKenzie was the recipient of around $38 billion worth in Amazon shares.
The large sum has seen her surpassing the previous record holder, Françoise Bettencourt Meyers, an heiress who owns and controls 33.3% of the world's largest cosmetic company L'oreal, which, according to Bloomberg, is also worth R640 billion.
MacKenzie, who is a philanthropist, does not shy away from charity. In July this year she donated $1.7 billion of her wealth to several different causes. Some of which included the LGBTQ+ community, racial inequality and public health, among others.
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