- Another young man has taken to social media pages to share pics of the flashy new BMW he just bought for himself
- The Twitter account holder says he is blessed to have a stunning BMW whip at 24 and has inspired his social media followers
- However, some peeps believe he managed to secure such an expensive machine with help from rich parents
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South Africans are investing in vehicles and a social media user has just shared pics of his new BMW whip. The Twitter user, @Skottie_, says he was blessed by the Almighty as he owns a German manufactured machine.
The young social networker is a serious hit with many locals but some people feel he is too young to be able to work and invest in such a stunning machine.
At the same time, other people are very supportive of the young lad and Briefly News brings a few reactions. The young man wrote:
“24 and everything. I’m very blessed.”
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The post reads:
“Congratulations on your payslip, the car belongs to a certain bank.”
“Lol bro, people have rich parents.”
“The fuel price is going up next month and trust me, you'll sell it again.”
“Just like and keep it moving my guy.”
“What are 24-year-olds doing?? Congrats.”
“At 25 I don't have anything on my name except for a paper that I acquired at varsity, meant to open doors for me... usebenzile boy... You got yourself a beast.”
“Congrats man, I'm young and wanna achieve such, you're an inspiration to my goals.”
“You’ve bought a machine bafo.”
“Eh mfana, that is a beautiful whip fam... yerr.”
Man proudly shows off his whip, says success isn't measured by the car a person drives
The guy says driving a flashy vehicle doesn’t necessarily mean success. The social media community responded to Preis’ idea and many seem to agree with his choice.
Briefly News takes a look at the reactions from his followers. The post reads on LinkedIn:
“My car has become somewhat of an internal joke amongst friends, family and colleagues. I get asked frequently: "Why not just get a new one? You know you can afford it." For the last 12 years this car has cost me nothing, apart from fuel and very minimal maintenance.
"Think about what your monthly premium on your car is costing you each month. I am saving that amount every month, and after twelve years this has really added up.”