- A woman recently took to social media to celebrate scoring a new vehicle
- The lovely lady's snaps in front of her new Mazda quickly went viral
- Peeps went out of their way to congratulate her on her new wheels
There's nothing better than seeing your peers succeed in life and this story is a clear indication that Mzansi peeps are no exception.
A woman, identified as Nicole, recently took to social media platform Twitter to share her success after acquiring a new set of wheels.
Nicole took to social media to post snaps of her new whip, captioning it simply:
"I did a thing today."
Peeps were overjoyed for her, showering the post with love to the point where it quickly went viral.
It's nothing short of heartwarming to see so many people enjoying a moment like this. Take a look at just a few responses to the post below:
@ShapeshifterSal: "Congratulations unless there is a balloon payment."
@_STARGIIRL_: "Love the thing you did. Congratulations."
@I_Rants89: "Lo tsaa kae madi neh bathing."
@oktwidiwegetit: "Congratulations girl."
@BvumaFortunate: "Congratulations. Take care of this beautiful baby."
@Reba1_Phetoe: "Get in there."
@Tuchapal: "Look at you! Congratulations."
@Dia_Mpopo: "Congratulations Nicole."
@Atleeeeeeee: "Congratulations Nicole."
@Rishal92: "Congrats. Wish you many happy KMs."
@Ntjosh: "Let's GOOOO!"
@skoalimajoro: "Congratulations, Babe."
@ingy_n: "Gurrrrl!!! Congrats."
@gracexmon_: "Congratulations Nicole."
@Nick_Gatz: "Congratulations Nicole!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that a young woman, Ziyanda Gumede recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share how a generous stranger had paid for her little girl's school clothes after she laid them by at a local PEP store in her area.
"Today I had a staying moment. I went with R100 to Pep store Pavilion to deposit on a school uniform lay-by for my 5-year-old daughter she's been nagging me to bring her school uniform, I tried explaining to her that I don't have enough money yet I'm going to pay some money to the shop then when I have money again I'll come back with her uniform."
"To my surprise, I was told someone has paid for the items I was so shocked never knew I could ever have a staying moment. Thank you so much to the customer who paid for school uniforms at Pep Pavilion because I was told the customer always come in January to pay for uniform lay-bye. My daughter is so happy she can't wait to start school. #ImStaying," she wrote.
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Source: Briefly News