- A proud daughter has promoted her daddy's business on Twitter as she announced he just opened a toy shop
- The lady said the outlet sells black-themed toys, making it a great attraction to black people seeking representation
- Many have applauded the man's creative initiative as they said his shop is a unique one
A lady with the handle @groovy_killa has taken to Twitter to celebrate the achievement of her daddy in business.
In a post on Sunday, December 6, the young lady said her dad opened the first black-owned toy shop in Carson Mall in America.
@groovy_killa said she is very proud of what her father has done. She attached four amazing photos of the shop to her post.
The reception of the news on the platform has so far been overwhelmingly amazing as it generated positive reactions from thousands.
See her post below:
As of the time of writing this report, the photos have over 270,000 likes and the retweets are more than 35,000.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"The idea of this is great but can we just open stores that are welcoming to all folks? We need to get out of this mentality that there needs to be white and black stores."
"I would shop the so much out of that store. Congrats!"
"This is awesome! Major congrats to him! What’s the name of the store. I’m looking for a toy airplane & a few other toys for my great-nephew for Christmas. I would love to buy it from him if he ships."
"To all the white people complaining about this, just think from the other perspective. This is the first black themed collectable store I have seen. Just imagine how a black person feels when they walk into one and all they see are white characters. This is true representation."
"This is cool we need more of this. I would like to know the location so I can go there someday. I would definitely purchase some stuff from this store."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a lady unexpectedly scored a job while purchasing Black Coffee tickets. Although miracles happen when we least expect them, we cannot be anything but grateful. Mekhoy Tsobe Montsheng Makhalemele experienced her own little miracle when she went to purchase a ticket for a Black Coffee performance.
As she arrived at the venue, the manager asked her to fill a vacant position. Mekhoy is ecstatic at this new opportunity. She shared a short post about her new job to the #ImStaying group on Facebook over the weekend.
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