"Step on a G63 like it's nothing": Man warns SA against loving money

"Step on a G63 like it's nothing": Man warns SA against loving money

- A young South African DJ recently shared a thoughtful message with his followers and the world

- Taking to Twitter, DJ Coach reminded people to forgo their reverence for money and material objects

- Twitterzens shared mixed reactions to the advice, many of them sharing their thoughts in the comment section

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A wealthy Twitter user known as DJ Coach recently headed to the app where he shared an interesting piece of advice with his followers and fellow South Africans about the love of money and material things.

In the Twitter post, DJ Coach reminds his followers to stop caring so much about expensive cars and rich lifestyles. To reiterate his point, the DJ also added a pic of himself standing on a multi-million-rand G-wagon.

"Step on a G63 like its nothing, these are just material things which can be gone tomorrow, what matters the most is life... be grateful for breathing," he wrote in the Twitter post.

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Twitter users quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post. Read a few of them below.

@Signore_Prof said:

"I don't care about the car, I'm in love with the vastness of this land & the livestock behind you."

@Vennettes2 said:

"Nice caption DJ Coach, be blessed for the rest of your life."

@TshegoDaniel_ said:

"Nothing but the truth."

@PopencyZA said:

"Mxm, I wanna breathe on top of a G-Wagon too."

@Phumele46860087 said:

"Ola I salute you bro."
SA man tells people not to value material things
Appreciate life and forget material things, says DJ Coach. Source: DjCoachRsa/Twitter
Source: Twitter

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Taking to social media, Hulisani shared some words of wisdom, emphasising the importance of thinking positively about yourself. If you don’t love and respect yourself, how do you expect others to? Hulisani reminded people that it is okay to not be okay, but it is not okay to beat yourself up about it. Self-love is one of the greatest superpowers.

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“No-one is OK 100% of the time. You are allowed to have low days. You are allowed to have smallanyana (or even bigganyana) cries. Yes, even during a winning season. Don't let what others expect you to feel dictate how you really feel. Pause, feel, be kind to yourself.”

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