- Locals have shared many questions with a young lady who took to Twitter to share that her dad had bought her a Mercedes Benz
- The questions arose from her puzzled followers after she was seen standing next to two different models in the post
- Many also noticed that her bio said that she worked at a Mercedes Benz dealership and wondered whether she wasn't just posing beside random cars in the shop
A young woman with the Twitter handle @Thatomatlops has left Mzansi with raised eyebrows after she shared what was meant to be a heartfelt post on her Twitter page about her father buying her an expensive Mercedes Benz car.
"Early birthday gift. Thanks, Dad. I am driving my dream car," she captioned pictures of herself standing next to the expensive car and even a picture of the car key.
Investigative Twitter was not letting the post slide so easily after many tweeps noticed that she was in fact standing next to two different kinds of cars. Others also took notice of her bio which said she worked as a salesperson at a Mercedes Benz dealership.
Soon they were calling her out in the comment section. Read their thoughts below:
"Ncincinci. As for la "Thanks Dad", what's wrong with these people?"
"Kodwa first 1st frame and 2nd frame are different cars and o bereka ko Benz. Anyway ere Ke didimale ba tlare Ke nale jealous"
"God doesn't even care much about all this. We all equal before him"
"But these are different cars and your bio says. . agghh never mind. Congratulations."
In similar funny Briefly.co.za news, A local man recently shared a heartwarming Twitter post about moving into his beautiful new home - only, it was not his home. The man with the Twitter handle @Shonny_RSA shared pics of the stunning apartment which he captioned:
"Just moved into my new home."
Not long thereafter, Twitter investigators had caught him out in the lie, sharing pictures of the place that was actually a lovely guesthouse in Polokwane that he was sadly trying to pass off as his "new home." Many of them headed to the comment section to share jokes about his attempt at internet fame.
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