- A local landlord recently headed to Twitter to share a post about evicting one of his tenants
- Very soon locals were roasting the man for being what some of them referred to as heartless and going as far as to posting about it online
- Many of them also decided that they would like to help the person pay for their rent and offered to help pay
A local landlord with the Twitter handle, @felebah2991 recently headed to Twitter to share how he had just evicted one of his tenants from his property after the tenant failed to pay their rent on time.
His post also includes a photo of the tenant's belongings which he has presumably decided to pack up and out of the property that the tenant was living in without the tenant's consent or permission.
"Pay your rent on time, just evicted a tenant who was supposed to pay on the 25th," he captioned the photo.
South Africans were far from impressed by the post. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts, some of them even offered to help pay the tenant's rent. Read a few of their comments below:
"wa nkwatisa jerrr give me your account number I'll pay for the tenant."
"I also want to assist that tenant."
"Rather pay for the tenant to find another property. This landlord is heartless."
"Guys if you find the tenant and alternative place ,please tag me on. I will also contribute."
In other Briefly.co.za news, many South Africans are making the decision to forgo buying homes so that they can build themselves the properties of their dreams - a recent photo of an unbuilt home suggests that this may not be the best decision in the world for everyone.
In an extremely funny and eyebrow-raising post that was shared on Twitter by popular Twitter user, @AdvoBarryRoux, an unfinished double-storey home has raised many eyebrows. The home, which needs a lot of work done, also looks very unstable.
"Banna," @AdvoBarryRoux captioned the photo of the home and after looking at it, it's easy to understand why.
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