- A Limpopo man has been accused of lying after he posted about finding R3.9k in a pair of old jeans
- Twitter user @CzArODriego posted an image of a handful of R200 notes with a caption claiming he had lost the money
- Mzansi tweeps are extremely sceptical about this tweet and @CzArODriego has been called out numerous times in the replies section
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Putting money in our pockets is a norm for society, especially when we're in a rush. Sometimes we find R5 and sometimes R100, but a Limpopo man is claiming to have found R3 900 in a pair of old jeans.
Twitter user @CzArODriego posted an image of a handful of R200 notes to his thread and claimed to have found them in a pair of jeans while doing his laundry. @CzArODriego said he thought he had lost the large sum of cash.
South African Twitter users are not 100% convinced that he is telling the truth. One Twitter user said that the money isn't in Rands but rather Zimbabwean dollars as @CzArODriego didn't specify the currency.
Twitter users rushed to his replies section with hilarious tweets, including the usage of memes and GIFs.
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the top tweets in his replies section.
"3.9k in Zim dollars."
"You just lied unprovoked... On a Sunday, but I just hope my jeans see what other jeans do!!!"
"I believe you, I thought I had lost my boyfriend but I found him under the bed when I was cleaning this morning."
"If I misplace R200, I spring clean the whole house. Can never be me."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a man who revealed a cash stash found in his car. A young man has taken to social media to reveal that he found R3 000 that he thought he had lost a month ago.
The tweep, @Lethabo_Is_Key, said he found the money when he recently flipped his car's sun visor. @Lethabo_Is_Key excitedly tweeted the snaps of his cash that he had stashed in the sun visor.
Mzansi social media users have flooded his comment section with hilarious questions. Some believe that he placed the money there just to take pics for Twitter. The tweep has been dragged for his post. Most peeps accused @Lethabo_Is_Key of lying just to get attention on the micro-blogging app.
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