- A beautiful local lady recently took to Twitter to celebrate buying herself a stunning new BMW whip
- In the highly motivational post, the lovely lady explains that she had just made the decision to start driving again
- Soon thousands were in the comment section congratulating her on the beautiful car, many of them wishing similar fates for themselves
Another black queen is doing things to push the narrative that anything is possible for anyone. A beautiful South African woman recently shared some exciting news on her Twitter page - she just purchased a beautiful luxury car.
Taking to the popular app, @nonku101 who is currently based in the US, shared that she had made the decision to get back on the roads - and of course, she did not pick just any car to drive in - she chose a beautiful and powerful BMW.
"I decided to drive again," she captioned the powerfully motivational tweet.
South African Twitter users could not surprise their delight and excitement at the inspirational post. Many of them quickly took to the comment section to congratulate the beautiful black queen n the achievement.
Read a few of their comments below.
"Lord Jesus, if you can hear me now, I'm just waiting for my turn, congratulations ntombazane."
"I’ve never seen anyone more loyal yo Mini / BMW than you lol. Congratulations doll."
"Yessss babe. You did the damn thang."
"Noku I see what God is doing for you. Keep on shining girl."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, while many are enjoying the holiday season and taking time off work, others are still very busy making sure that their work gets done. One such person is a lovely South African security guard with a beautiful smile.
Ree_Chaka recently headed to Twitter to share with her followers a beautiful selfie that she took while she was on duty. In the caption of the post, the young lady explains that she was working the night shift when the pic was taken.
Simply captioning the pic, "Nightshift," Ree_Chaka can be seen smiling brightly despite being hard at work while many were either having festive parties or spending the evenings with their families.
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