- A proud doctor babe took to social media to celebrate her new wheels again, and she is not even sorry for the spam
- Social media user @DrNosiMhlanga bought herself a new BMW and the win still feels surreal to the grateful woman
- Peeps let her know that she must continue sharing her blessings as they are here for that kind of content
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It is totally okay to celebrate longer than societies general standard. A boss babe decided to share pictures of her new car again as she is hella proud of her achievement.
Some people celebrate their birthday only on the day they were born, while others make it a week-long, or even a month-long event… and who’s to say what is right? Social media user @DrNosiMhlanga took to Twitter with snaps of the day she collected her baby – a gorgeous pearl white BMW!
This is not the first time she has posted these pictures and it looks like it won’t be the last either. Sis is proud of what she’s achieved and has every right to be.
“I’m sorry but I’m still not over this! Blessed and Highly Favoured!”
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Mzansi tells the gorgeous woman to keep celebrating her blessings
People love to see this kind of content and they want to see it as often as possible. We are living in an era of celebrating others wins and it's glorious.
Social media users told the lovely lady to re-share this as many times as she wants to, they will be right here waiting.
Take a look at some of the comments
“Congratulations babes, even if you’re still celebrating 3 or 6 months later, it’s your win. Halala.”
“Don’t be sorry, you can post again even next week.”
“I'm posting this on my WhatsApp. We are officially related. Congratulations sis, omdala.”
Mother buys new whip for her son’s 13th birthday, Mzansi dumbfounded
She shared the news along with photos of her boy with his new ride on her social media.
“It was about 2 years ago that I made a promise to my first child son. I promised him that when he turns 13 years old, I'll start teaching him how to drive a car. Today he turns 13 years old. I then realised that he can't learn by driving my big auto car and that he needed a manual car to learn.
He will learn driving in our estate until such time when the law allows him to get the right documents and drive in the streets,” said Caro who wished her son beautiful blessings.
Source: Briefly News