- An African businessman has taken to Twitter to show off his new ride - a Lamborghini Aventador
- @GeniusKadungure shared a picture of his orange whip and social media users seem to be divided
- Some are congratulating him while others believe he could be helping Zimbabwe more
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An African businessman is inspiring many after he purchased a new car. @GeniusKadungure posted a picture of him and his new ride to Twitter recently and tweeps all over the world are congratulating him.
@GeniusKadungure purchased an orange Lamborghini Aventador and videos and pictures of him with his ride are all over the social networking site. Some people are not all for his big purchase as they think he could donate more money to causes in his home country - Zimbabwe.
It is currently unclear what business @GeniusKadungure runs or works for but this has not stopped tweeps from celebrating his purchase with him. He simply captioned the image of his car: "My new toy."
Take a look at @GeniusKadungure's original tweet below:
Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"Our problems start by celebrating people when we don't know how they make money."
"Congratulations brother, remember Zim needs proper investments. You can rescue many from this pungent poverty by employing more people expanding your businesses."
"Hustle hard, live large. Nice ride."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young man who showed off his brand-new Mercedes online. Perhaps the greatest gift is the one given to oneself. A young man with the Twitter handle @Kingpaul__ has gone viral online after posting about his new car.
On Saturday, September 26, the man said that he bought his first car, a Mercedes Benz. Posting three pictures of the new whip on his Twitter handle, he added that he is so excited about it all. In one of the photos he shared, he could be seen lying on the car's bonnet in joy and contentment that he finally achieved his dream.
@Kingpaul__ said that when he posted about getting a car on his Instagram, he did not know that it would come so soon. The new car owner told people his story really shows that speaking positively about one's life goes a long way. As at the time of writing this, his tweet has gathered close to 50,000 likes with thousands of retweets and loads of comments.
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