- A young lady was gifted a brand new Mercedes-Benz by her parents for her academic success
- Taking to her Twitter page to share the good news, @vicxkat said she couldn't have made it to where she currently is without her parents
- She promised to pay back in multiple folds everything her parents have done for her
A young lady has taken to social media to celebrate after her parents gifted her a car for being accepted into medical school.
The lady with the Twitter handle @vicxkat shared photos of the Mercedes-Benz and wrote:
"So blessed to have been given my first car as a gift for being accepted into medical school by my parents."
@vicxkat expressed gratitude for having such parents whom she promised to pay back in multiple folds all they have done for her.
In her words:
"I'm so grateful for my parents and every sacrifice they've made for me. I could not have made it to where I am now without them and I can't wait to give them back everything they've given me x100."
Tweeps were impressed with the lady's post and they flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages.
"Congratulations on getting accepted to medical school! Any chance your parents looking to adopt me?"
"Take care of it! Get pressure tire gauge and know when tires need to be filled, and when they need to be replaced. Stay on top of oil changes, and get car cleaned and it should last a while. Mercedes can be expensive to maintain but they last forever. Congrats!"
"This is what I'm going to do for my kids when the time comes Inshallah."
In similar news, some parents have the ability to give their kids gifts that others can't. One lucky lady revealed her parents bought her a car.
On Thursday, September 17, the woman, who was simply identified as Unathi, shared photos of the KIA vehicle on Twitter.
The post was captioned:
"No words can describe how grateful I am. Thank you mom and dad. Whipping girls worldwide."
The post gathered over 6 300 likes and South Africans were happy for Unathi.
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