- A young lady who is still a teenager has inspired so many people on social media as she got her first house at the age of 19
- Many people congratulated, saying at that age in their lives, they never knew what they were going to do next
- There were also tweeps who really wanted to know what the teenager does to be able to afford a house of her own
A 19-year-old with the Twitter handle @tiarettee has made it in life and would not have to bother about paying rents anymore.
In a post on Saturday, May 1, she said that she just got her own house at the young age of 19. She attached three photos of the house to the tweet, stirring massive reactions on the bird app.
The teenager who is also a tattoo artist said she is very grateful that she could make enough money from what she does to give herself a worthy life.
@tiarettee also appreciated everyone that has been with her all throughout her journey of trying to create something worthwhile for herself.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered close to 200,000 likes and thousands of quoted replies.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Manifesting this for myself because lord knows I need to move OUT."
"Why do y'all have to attach an age to everything? Smh."
"Because that’s a big accomplishment at 19!!!! Why do y’all be hating?"
"How you people dey do this thing. Yall make it look so simple and easy. I'm sad right now."
"At 19. When did you start thinking of money?"
Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that Bhekamandaba Makhonza's life turned around instantly like in movies or a fairytale. This smart young man from Esigodini in Pietermartizburg said he still cannot believe how his life changed overnight.
From a dilapidated mud house which he lived in for many years, he said it was a miracle that he and his family now live in a fully furnished three-bedroom house worth R400 000 thanks to a local businessman, Bonginkosi Makhathini.
After achieving eight distinctions and the third-highest marks in physical science in the whole of Mzansi and becoming Mzansi’s second-top achiever, this young man’s future looked bleak as he had lost hope of ever leaving the poor life behind due to financial difficulties. He could not believe his luck when he got it all at the same time.
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