- An artist, Trevor Menlyn Sidogi, warmed the hearts of thousands of South Africans with his latest social media post
- Trevor shared a photo of his humble home, which is a one-bedroom house he built for himself
- Instead of complaining about the size, the artist proudly gushed about being a home owner
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Everyone has a picture of what their dream house will look like. However, size doesn't matter to all and some are content with just being home owners.
Trevor Menlyn Sidogi is one of the latter. The inspiring man, who has made a name for himself as a talented artist on Twitter - showed off his humble crib again this week.
Replying to a post by Boity, Trevor shared a photo of himself chilling in his front yard with his modest one-bedroom home in the background.
The artist finished building the house for himself earlier this year and he has not been shy about showing it off.
He captioned the post:
"Someone will RT someone's achievement, I'm proudly owning a 1 room house, my home is beautiful."
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Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered over 2 000 reactions and South Africans were touched by how proud he is of his house.
Naledi Ledwaba, @NalediyaLesedi, commented:
"It's the garden for me."
Mthokozisi Nyawose, @nyawoseme, said:
"Well done bru."
Briefly.co.za previously reported Trevor is a talent that is yet to be discovered. Sidogi often posts snaps of his creative designs on Twitter and they have caught the attention of some of Mzansi's major celebs.
However, sadly enough, talent is not always enough to give one a comfortable life. Trevor has in the past revealed online that he sells his works of art to make ends meet. Despite being talented, he struggled to find a good-paying job to take care of his family - until now.
Trevor revealed that after years of unemployment and looking for a job, he has finally been given the opportunity to prove himself.
In other news, a man revealed online that a bank told him and his partner they could not afford to buy a house in the suburbs.
Instead of giving up on his dreams to own a home, Sandile Hadebe decided to build his own crib in a township. Hadebe posted snaps of the stunning house on Facebook and wowed South Africans.
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