Man Goes Gaga Over Sis Turning 25 Without a Kid, Claims to Buy Her R38k iPhone 13 Pro

Man Goes Gaga Over Sis Turning 25 Without a Kid, Claims to Buy Her R38k iPhone 13 Pro

  • A local social media influencer has again been caught in a lie following his latest sensational claim on Mzansi's bustling timeline
  • Taking to his Twitter account, @Shonny_SA shared a picture of the iPhone 13 Pro Max he supposedly bought his sibling for R38 000
  • Online sleuths were quickly onto him and were able to pick his story apart, starting with the alleged price of the sought after device

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Mzansi is side-eyeing a man infamous for putting out the most outlandish claims on the country's busy Twitter streets.

It's proving hard to believe anything that comes out of the tweep's mouth or screen, as he continues to prove himself quite the pathological liar, or so says fellow users of the social networking and microblogging platform.

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A chirpy tweep is back with his latest claim. Image: @Shonny_SA
Source: Twitter

It might be worth mentioning that @Shonny_SA recently claimed to have bought his sister a VW Chico for "passing matric with a Bachelor's degree". Courtesy of a picture he shared, he has now purchased the same or another young sister an Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max 5G costing a pocket-melting R38 000.

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The caption read:

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"It's my younger sister's birthday today. She turns 25 without a child. I bought her an iPhone."

Lovers and users of Apple would be the first to speak at length about how the magical device packs mind-numbing features, not least an incredible front camera system that offers brilliant photography.

The phone uses a triple-camera system featuring night mode on its three telephoto, wide and ultra-wide cameras, all of which makes for images that are more impressive than ever.

It remains to be seen if the tweep will be capturing any images on the fictitious device to put onto his brimming social media account as part of his supposed growing catalogue of things he's bought.

The tweet gathered an incredible 14 000 likes at the time of publication. Further, it was retweeted nearly 1 000 times and attracted almost 600 comments.

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Netizens go on the offensive

Briefly News jumped into the comments to bring readers all the amusing and downright hilarious reactions to the post as Mzansians caught the tweep in a lie.

@Swart47321327 wrote:

"Tango 4! One influencer down, I repeat 1 influencer down. Again accused of stolen Tweets. Suspect female Bravo Graduate. Over!"

@Madisongrey said:

"Well and again there's a difference between never been pregnant and not having a child. You'll connect."

@GilbertMoela added:

"And how necessary is this 'without a child' thing. At least if you were saying 'without having sex' and who knows how many innocent souls has she aborted along her mjolo days."

Peep claims to buy sis VW Chico, SA not sold

Elsewhere, Briefly News previously reported that Mzansi's frivolous social media community was in stitches over @Shonny_SA's stunning claim of buying someone close to him a car.

Locals will recall that just weeks ago, he caused a stir on the bird app after claiming that he'd bought his maid an Audi as a reward for the good service she'd put in over the years.

But, in a sudden twist, online sleuths were quickly able to establish that the pic of the car he shared was, in fact, one previously posted on Facebook by Kwesta a few years back.

Source: Briefly News

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Tshepiso Mametela Tshepiso Mametela is a seasoned journalist with eight years of experience writing for online and print publications. He is an evening/weekend editor at Briefly News. He was a general news reporter for The Herald, a senior sports contributor at Opera News SA, and a reporter for Caxton Local Media’s Bedfordview and Edenvale News and Joburg East Express community titles. He has attended media workshops, including the crime and court reporting one by the Wits Justice Project and Wits Centre for Journalism in 2024. He was a member of the Forum of Community Journalists (FCJ) from 2018 to 2020.

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