-A proud young woman recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about buying a new car
- In the post, the young woman shared some snaps of her new car as she posed proudly beside it
- Many South Africans loved the post and headed to the comment section to share their heartwarming congratulatory messages
Every small achievement is definitely worth celebrating. A young South African woman recently headed online to share that she recently reached a noteworthy milestone - buying her very first car.
The inspirational and motivational post that was shared on Twitter by the young lady with the handle, @Tsontsa_G and also included some snaps of herself collecting her new baby from the dealership.
"Bathong, tsogang ke rekile koloi. Bathong, thank you for the love I thought I’d be able to thank everyone personally but I got so overwhelmed ka gratitude," she wrote in the amazing post.
Many locals were super happy for and quickly headed to the comment section where they shared heartfelt congratulatory messages with the young woman. Read a few of their comments below:
"To many "no more feeling like burdening people" shlobo, I know what this means to someone who likes to be out and about. No more restrictions. Am probably one of those who made you feel that way. Be safe and enjoy the baby."
"Congratulations moghurl, roadtrip loading akere or somaar theoga o e utlwelle I'm in Madikwe game reserve"
"Finally your dream came true... happy these are the kind of news I came back to tweeter for...so happy for you babes"
"Should I send Petrol money or my location."
In similar heartwarming Briefly News not everyone will be happy about your success and a recent Twitter post proves this. In a clip that was shared by an impressed user, a group of obviously highly successful women can be seen walking to their respective luxury car.
In the intriguing video, the different well-dressed and attractive young women can be seen walking to expensive whips such as Mercedes Benzes, Range Rovers, and even a Bentley - talk about goals.
"Look at these blessings in Centurion. Black ladies."
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