- A local man had peeps thinking he saved up for a lux new vehicle only for him to reveal that it was all a joke
- Reform Mtungwa shared a picture of a sleek white BMW with a massive red bow on it, hinting in the caption that he purchased it
- He later shared a follow-up tweet revealing that he downloaded the image but hopes that by March or April he will be sharing a snap of his new ride
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Reform Mtungwa had the internet in the palm of his hands after sharing that he saved up to purchase a new vehicle. The Twitter user later revealed that what he saved was data and that he used that to download an image of a car.
Mtungwa's post gained a massive 2 200 likes on the bluebird app as peeps congratulated him for purchasing the vehicle, not realising that it was all a hoax. Mtungwa's post displayed the love that Saffas have for each other as they congratulated him not knowing it was all a big lie.
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As previously mentioned, Mtungwa's post quickly went viral online and he trolled a few of the commenters as well:
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Mtungwa plays a few tricks in the replies section
Peeps start hilariously catching him out in a lie
"Saw this car on LinkedIn."
@CoTruestory responded with:
"Yah neh, no people don't like reading."
"To save photos or money? If money, how much did you save on this one?"
Mtungwa finally reveals that it was all a joke
@askhumalo simply wrote:
"Mxm now I'm even shy to fetch my reaction."
"I don't think a lot of the responders arrived at the continuation of the post. They are bitter, shem; about the machine, not the data."
SA fans give hilarious Mzansi tourism suggestions to Kelly Rowland, managing to troll Anele Mdoda again
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In other news about trolling online, Briefly News previously reported that Kelly Rowland showed that she is looking forward to taking time off this year, just as the 2021 holiday season wrapped up.
The singer contemplated her 2022 travel plans online as she reached out for destination plugs. When a local tweep suggested Mzansi for her next voyage, the American artist exclaimed that she adores the country before digging for more advice.
What followed next was a slew of tweets from SA jokesters who offered hysterical advice. Of course, media personality Anele Mdoda also got some mentions in the comments.
Source: Briefly News