- A local man has taken to Twitter to show off his trucking business
- In his tweet, he shared a picture of himself as well as a picture of his trucks
- The tweet was met by a wave of congratulatory messages from impressed tweeps
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It is honestly a great time for Mzansi youths. The past few weeks have seen a surge in social media posts of houses, cars, and businesses owned by proud young South Africans. Another one making us proud is Oscar Magud.
The young man recently took to Twitter to share two important pictures - with the caption flex to match. The first picture is of himself, in which he can be seen smiling broadly. The next picture, which is of the trucks he owns, explains the reason behind his smile. We'd be smiling too if we were truck owners.
The awe-inspiring post was captioned, "The man and the legacy," which implies that the success brought on from the trucks will become Oscar's legacy - certainly a serious and motivational flex. Especially during these uncertain times.
Twitter users quickly flocked to the comments section to share their thoughts and congratulate Oscar.
"I'm really happy and proud of you bhuti wami omdala."
"May this legacy increase! Bigger. This is awesome."
"The best of best."
"The uniform is dope like your work bro."
"Never been more inspired."
While @tnmaunye said:
"God bless your work ."
Meanwhile, in other Briefly.co.za news, many people live their entire lives without ever owning their own homes. However, one young lady set her mind on owning a house and she wanted to do it before turning 30.
While her dream might seem unattainable to many, the woman, who was identified as Twitter user @Boii_MsPixels, managed to maker it a reality. Earlier this month, the Botswana beauty took to Twitter to share photos of the crib she built for herself.
She captioned the post:
"And I swear it's the most beautiful experience ever (a headache too) but it restores so much in one's attitude towards life. I am so glad this project came in at the worst time in my life because it gave me a boost. I long wanted to build a house before 30 and here it is."
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