- A proud young man recently took to Twitter to share a picture of his brand-new car
- In his Twitter post, the man refers to his whip as his babe
- Tweeps shared many well-deserved congratulatory messages with the proud owner of the flashy ride
A proud young South African man recently took to Twitter to share pictures of his beautiful new whip. @j_goitse posted two pictures, one of the beautiful VW Polo as well as one of his new set of car keys.
In the midst of mass job losses, high unemployment rates and an ailing economy, it's brilliant to see that young South Africans are still able to achieve many awe-inspiring goals such as buying houses, building homes for their parents and owning new cars.
Other young South Africans who certainly agree with that sentiment took to @j_goitse's comments section to congratulate the young man on his new whip, they also wished him thousands of safe and blissful miles.
Here are some of those comments.
"I would have bought property. That car is expensive man and it's insurance, tjeer, a nice townhouse you can get for what you paying there. A vehicle is a depreciating asset. Congratulations and please take care of that baby."
"Congratulations, however, I will put your current girlfriend in my prayers but if you single... I will put you in my prayers."
"Congratulations brother. Welcome to the club."
Briefly.co.za also reported, that this is the content we want to see! Young South Africans are making a success of themselves and buying property to celebrate it. One man, who was only identified by his Twitter handle @JohnGhatti_CEO, showed off his latest project.
The young hardworking entrepreneur bought land and is currently building residential properties for rental purposes. On Tuesday, he took to Twitter to post snaps of the progress being made on his property.
Social media users were inspired by his post and they congratulated @JohnGhatti_CEO on the project. Shalom Phiri, who goes by the Twitter handle @ShalomPhiri4, commented:
"All the best with the project, I'll be joining you in that other project soon enough."
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