- A young South African woman recently headed online to share how she had just paid her rent for the month
- In the post, she also explains that paying her rent has unfortunately left her dead broke and unable to afford anything else
- Soon many locals were sharing messages of support while others even offered to send her some money to help out
A beautiful young South African woman recently headed to Twitter to share a post about how she paid the rent for her first-ever rental apartment. While it was something she was very happy about, it was also very stressful for her.
In her tweet, @Sia_Mausi explains how although she is happy to have her own place to call home, paying the rent has left her poorer than a church mouse, adding that she was not sure how she would survive the rest of the long month.
"Paid my first rent today and I'm moving into my first rental tomorrow. I am so broke and don't even know how I'll survive for the rest of the month but I am looking forward to the peace of not having to negotiate my existence," she wrote in the bittersweet tweet.
Soon many locals were in the comment section sharing words of encouragement. A few of them even offered to send her some cash. Read their thoughtful comments below:
"Please send me your number via DM and I will send you at least R200 to balance nyana."
"Listen babe this was me January, I have zero couches, I am currently working from home and I have my throw on the floor and my computer... I'll live like this until I can get all the furniture I want, shame."
"Congratulations Sia. I am happy for you to shout if you need anything."
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, Both @kulanicool and @PaullySkin recently headed to Twitter to share a post about a 21-year-old Limpopo man called Mukundi Malovhele, who built a Lamborgini look-alike from an old burnt-out car.
"Meet Mukundi Malovhele, a 21 year old from Limpopo, Venda. He did his matric last year at Tshipise Sagole. He started making his own car 5 years ago. To those who are interested in helping him, please contact him on 079 265 0556.
"He is about to finish the project but due to financial problem he is facing he can't be able to buy the engine for the car. To those who are interested in helping him, please contact him on 079 265 0556. Let's keep sharing," wrote Paully on her Twitter page recently.
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