- A young man took to the socials to show off his wine business
- In his own twist to the 'How is started vs how it ended' challenge, he shared a pic of his wine and one of himself
- Supportive tweeps commended him on his venture
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The how it started vs how it ended challenge has seen many successful people using it as a way to flex their achievements. Another young man has jumped onto the bandwagon by sharing a picture of his current business venture.
Using a picture of the wine his company produces as well as a great picture of himself all dressed up, the proud young man with the Twitter handle, Prof_Erence, joined the viral Twitter challenge. He did however add his own twist, captioning the post, "The brand, the black owner."
Twitter users, as usual, wasted absolutely no time in getting to the comment section to share their thoughts about the popular post which had received over 5 000 reactions. You can read some of their comments below.
"Can't wait to support you champ."
"Where can we buy it?"
"How do I get my hands on the wine?"
"Keep on making us proud. Black businesses matter."
"Congrats brother. The Makwela Voyage Wines would have tastes better but since we are here we shall support you & wait for the Makwela special select."
"The bottle alone is appealing. I'd love to have this on my rack."
Briefly.co.za also wrote about a young South African man recently became a beacon of hope with those who have dreams of furthering their education. @TshepoMadlingo1 took to Twitter to participate in the "how it started vs how it ended" challenge.
Using a picture of himself as a child with school clothes on under "how it started" caption and a picture of an office door with his name written on it under the "how it ended" caption, @TshepoMadlingo1, left many impressed.
Many impressed locals quickly rushed to the comments section of the post to congratulated the young man on achieving such success. The post also received 13 000 likes and nearly 900 retweets.
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