- Buying a car is one of the achievements people celebrate on social media, and a young man has joined the trend
- The man with the Twitter handle @derrickjunior_ recently purchased a used Nissan and posted the pictures on the social media platform
- Tweeps soon flooded the comment section to congratulate the young man
A man with the Twitter handle @derrickjunior_ has taken to social media to celebrate buying his first car, a used Nissan.
@derrickjunior_ posted photos of himself and the vehicle on his page to celebrate his achievement and tweeps soon flooded his comment section.
The young man captioned the photos:
"I did a big boy purchase today and bought my FIRST CAR!!!"
Reacting to the Twitter post, tweep with the handle @JakeMHenderson wrote:
"This post was inspiring! Congratulations! You’re a smart man. While others are spending thousands of dollars on new cars and car loans. You made the smart move of buying something outright, which means more money in your pocket."
"Congrats bro, just got my first car a few months ago at 16. Shoutout to everyone who didn’t get a free car from their parents."
"Congratulations. I bought my first car with savings I made during college! I sold it 2 years later with 500$ profit!"
In a previous report by Briefly.co.za, a Nigerian YouTuber identified as Sophiology took to social media to count her blessings as she acquired a brand new 2020 Mercedes-Benz E350.
Sharing photos of herself with the new whip on her Instagram page, the Texas-based lady narrated how 2019 was a rough year for her as she was hopeless and depressed.
She said despite deserving of good things, they were not coming to her, adding that she did not stop believing in God.
In other news, a young man has created much buzz on Twitter after revealing that he bought new Hyundai cars for himself and his mother.
In a post on Sunday, February 14, he revealed that the blessings were possible with God's help and nothing else.
The four photos he shared on the bird app showed the different funny poses they both had with their new whips.
In one of the snaps, the son lay on the car's bonnet with carefreeness. The mother on the other hand held a bouquet in front of hers.
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