- A 19-year-old has bought himself the same brand of car his dad gave him as a fatherly gift
- The teenager said he had to do that because his father always talks down to him
- On his future plans, the teen said that he is working on being fully independent soon
A young teenager of 19 with the Twitter handle @outsucced has proved that he can really take care of himself and that he is financially independent.
In a post on Thursday, December 31, the teen said that his first car was given to him by his dad. He said that ever since he got the gift, his father always used it to scold him.
The 19-year-old said that as a way to stop the emotional torture, he went out to the dealership and bought himself a brand new automobile that had only his name on the purchase document.
@outsucced said he bought the same brand his father gifted him. He went ahead to tell people not to allow disrespect in any form no matter what their situation is.
He added that the next thing he is working on is to save enough money and get his own accommodation.
See his post below:
His post got many interactions with over 180,000 as at the time of writing this report. Below are some of the ways people reacted to his post:
"I hate when parents give you things and then hold it over your head. My parents were helping me pay for college at first and were using it to manipulate and control me so I said nah and left school until I was able to go back and pay for it on my own. Props to you!"
"And it's my generation that can truly find something to complain about even when they have things handed to them Jesus Christ."
"I will never understand why parents do things for their children just to it hold over their heads. Growing up my parents held FEEDING ME over my head. Like dam*n no one asked you to be parents."
"Same thing happened to me lol .. my mom bought me a 2013 chevy impala 2 years ago and would consistly brag about how thats her car etc etc i ended up totally the car for giggles and got a 2020 392 challenger scatpack last year @19."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that @tsholo_rosey took to Twitter to share her dreams for next year, which include buying a car. Tweeps related to her story and sent her messages of support and explained their own similar dreams.
She hopes to pay off her debt and buy a car while other tweeps had similar ideas. including buying property.
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