- A young woman recently took to Twitter to share pictures of the home she and her husband just bought
- In the post, she explains that she is now a very proud beautiful homeowner at only 24 years old
- The post quickly blew up with many social media users praying that they too could say the same for themselves
Buying a home or even renting or getting a bond is such a big flex. Another young lady could finally join the flex, taking to Twitter to share how she and her man are now the proud owners of their first home.
@__kekeeeeee, a beautiful young American lady, decided to share the exciting news with her followers. The post included different pictures of the massive and stunning property that they had just got.
"Our first MORTGAGE, man I’m so thankful for this, y’all wouldn’t understand. My kids needed this. Homeowner at 24 years old," she captioned the post excitedly.
Soon the post blew up, raking in over 250 thousand likes. Many impressed social media users also flocked to the comment section to both congratulate and ask Kiki for advice. Read a few of their comments below.
"Genuinely asking, I know I’m about to be a little loud but WTF DO YALL DO because I really wanna do it too."
"Congratulations girl! There’s a lot of white refrigerator behaviour in these comments and it’s sickening. Be happy for her achievement regardless. I wish you many years of happiness in this home."
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, being disabled comes with a plethora of life difficulties but when one is equipped with determination, nothing can hold you back. A young SA lady recently proved this to be true after graduating.
Taking to her personal Twitter page, @Mia_Kes, who describes herself as the world's favourite amputee, recently shared pictures of herself in her graduation gown. Beneath the gown, Mia is wearing a lovely golden dress to celebrate the momentous occasion.
The heartwarming post soon blew up, amassing over 10 000 likes. Many locals also took to the comment section to congratulate the young woman on achieving her goals despite having had her leg amputated.
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