- Photos of the car a young man recently bought have generated comments on Twitter
- Many people who congratulated him also prayed, saying they really hope theirs come soon
- The positivity of people is really heartwarming to see, that even when they don't have much for themselves they can be joyful about the good fortune of others
A good-looking young man with the Twitter handle @dehkunle (Dehkunle of Africa) has bought himself a new car and shared photos to show how much he is excited about it with different poses.
The man posed with the new white whip in an outfit that matches its colour. Many Nigerians praised him, saying that he deserves the self-care he gave himself.
See his post below:
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 35,000 likes with more than 6,000 retweets.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations my G."
"Oluwa av don it 4 u. Hope no fake?"
"Where una dey see this money."
"Congratulation. More keys. Many more I pray. May God Almighty bring mine too as I'm using my pure mind to pray for you."
"Congratulations Boss. More Blessings coming your way."
"I wanted to say more keys to you bro.. but the car no de use key to start, na button. So I'll just say congratulations. Congratulations!"
"Congratulations, more Blessing to come Insha Allah and i tap into the blessing too."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that young South African woman recently headed online to celebrate getting a brand new Mercedes Benz. In the post, which features pics of her standing by the car, she writes that she still can't believe that the beautiful beast is hers.
Many people were soon in the comment section either shooting their shots or congratulating the woman.
Of course, Mzansi was all over the tweet reacting to it over 13 000 times. Many gents were soon in the comment section trying to shoot their shots while others simply congratulated Miss Letoya heartily.
Read a few of their comments below:
"I'm sorry I didn't reply your DM, I was busy cleaning the garage. You can come tomorrow."
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