Young man celebrates finally being home: "Home is where the heart is"

Young man celebrates finally being home: "Home is where the heart is"

- @Keaabetswe on Twitter excitedly shared 2 selfies of him being back at home

- The young man made it home just before Christmas and could not be happier

- @Keaabetswe's followers shared in his joy through the replies section under his tweet

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Being home for the festive season is a difficult task, especially this year. A South African Twitter user with the handle @Keaabetswe just recently took to the social networking site to celebrate finally being home.

@Keaabetswe's tweet includes two selfies of him at home. The background of his selfies shows stunning greenery with a truly Mzansi feeling. @Keaabetswe received so much love from other Saffa tweeps.

His tweet has already gained over 3 000 likes on the microblogging app while his replies section is full of peeps shooting their shot.

Man, home at last, Mzansi stans

This young man is finally home and could not be more excited to share the news with his followers. Image: @Keaabetswe
Source: Twitter

Take a look at his tweet below:

Black Coffee to perform as a virtual avatar, SA tweeps react compiled a few of the responses left under his tweet:

@RedBotttoms said:

"Thank you for the location, expect me soon."

@MartinM_rsa wrote:

"You look so happy."

@Lungelocute_M tweeted:

"Yhoooo. Awumhle."

@Sandile06556111 responded with:

"Beautiful place... Home (is) where the heart is!!!"

@SirMthembu_SA quote tweeted:

"The most beautiful man in the world."

@Philani_Dladla_ said:

"I'm coming there on Friday."

@ShakwaneLerato added:

"The is something about that Ladysmith's water, no wonder Shaka named the city 'Emnambithi'."

@NontetheleloMb1 wrote in response to @Keaabetswe :

"Welcome home Mkhaya."

In other home-related news, recently reported on a lady who celebrated her new home and responsibilities online. Hlehle, @NomhleSibo, took to Twitter to flex her new home and an important part of growing up and becoming independent.

She shared a pic of her holding house keys with a small kitchen in the background and couple of doors leading off. This was something a lot of South Africans could relate to, something which most people experience; that moment when you realise you are officially an adult, in charge of your own life.

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Social media users loved the post and shared their reactions to her great news:

@Stevey J said:

"Congratulations kopa invite to the warming."

@bjvilakazi wrote:

"Invite nyana so that I can come bearing gifts. Congratulations it is beautiful and I trust you will turn it to home"

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