- Hours after flaunting her Mercedes-Benz car, a Nigerian lady has lost the luxury vehicle to fire
- A video of the sad incident has emerged on social media and some Nigerians have cautioned against flaunting success online
- When the car was bought, the lady made a video of the interior and exterior to express how happy she was to acquire the new whip
- Some of those that shared their thoughts on the video making the rounds on social media attributed the sad incident to enemies of progress
A Nigerian lady has lost her N9 million Mercedes-Benz to fire hours after flaunting the luxury car on social media.
In a video making the rounds on social media, the lady could be seen in her whip expressing joy after acquiring the new machine.
The car, however, went up in flames hours after the lady flaunted it on social media, and Nigerians could not stop talking about the incident.
After the video was shared on Instagram by @mediagist, a user with the handle @sleekysleekypee wrote:
"Hope she did comprehensive insurance on that vehicle.. If so, then she would be alright."
"Wetin social media go cost some people ehen sorry next time post on Facebook no one cares about your happiness just do it on a low."
"I saw this car the day it was happening, sad thing is the fire started opposite a fuel station and the fuel station could not help with an extinguisher."
"Benz get plenty electrical problem."
In a previous report by Briefly.co.za, a young South African lady headed online to share that she got a brand new car.
The lady with the Twitter handle, @nolokyyy took to Twitter to share pictures of herself and her family standing by her side as she posed with her cute and brand new "baby".
She captioned the photos:
"Anyways... I GOT A FREAKING CAR TODAY."
Meanwhile, a lot of South Africans who really love positive news reacted to the post over 4 000 times. Many of them also took to the comment section to share congratulatory messages with her. Read a few of their comments below.
@Lmrampedi said: "Congrats, sad it’s not a Hyundai."
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