- A young South African man and influencer shared the amazing home he built for his mother
- @Thelumusa_Nkosi excitedly shared before and after images of the lovely home to Twitter recently
- It seemed like a very heartwarming post but a quick look through @Thelumusa_Nkosi's replies shows that many Saffas are not convinced that it's the same house
Parents spend our entire lives putting themselves second and what better way to show appreciation than to do something they've dreamt of. @Thelumusa_Nkosi did just that by building his mother her dream home.
He shared before and after images of the stunning home to Twitter recently. These kinds of achievements deserve to be celebrated in every way, shape and form. South African tweeps, however, had many questions and were not at all convinced.
Many tweeps started to point out that the roofs in the two images were made from different materials. Others pointed out that the grass had disappeared and the powerline was missing in the first image.
Take a look at his tweet below:
Below are a few of the responses from Saffa tweeps:
"Good job, what happened to the yard, from green to brown?"
"Don't get me started nge power line... Unless it decided to relocate."
"Yaz When you think about it... What happened to the grass vele?"
"Broer the orientation of the houses not the same. What happened to the grassy ground. Please don't use other people's stuff for likes."
This was @Thelumusa_Nkosi's response to a tweep questioning the houses:
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a woman who impressed many South Africans with her new home. @Thembi_Khoza17 (Thembi Khoza) shared before and after pictures of her home to Twitter. In the before picture, her home appears to be built with very unstable materials.
It appears that her home was built from corrugated iron. The front cover outside her main door is being held up by wood. In the second image, her house appears to be much more stable with a far stronger foundation.
Thembi captioned the post: "2019 vs 2020. Muhle uNkulunkulu." Many tweeps agreed as they sent in congratulatory messages and well wishes.
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