Woman Says Goodbye to Mazda In Video After Admitting It Was a Bad Financial Decision, SA Heartbroken for Her

Woman Says Goodbye to Mazda In Video After Admitting It Was a Bad Financial Decision, SA Heartbroken for Her

  • A Mzansi woman took to social media to publicly say goodbye to her beautiful car in a sad post
  • In the TikTok video, the vehicle can be seen on a tow truck, as the woman reveals that it was a bad financial decision
  • Although it was a heartbreaking moment, many netizens responded to her post with words of encouragement and support

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Losing one's valuables due to no longer being able to afford them is a painful and humbling experience that many would be embarrassed to share publicly.

Woman says goodbye to her beautiful car
A woman admitted that getting a Mazda was not a wise financial decision. Image: @potso_wabokarabo/TikTok
Source: TikTok

One South African woman, Potsiso WaMologadi M (@potso_wabokarabo), went on TikTok to share her beautiful Mazda car being collected by a tow truck after struggling to keep up with paying for it.

"You were a bad financial decision, but I loved you, still do. I love you ❤️," Potsiso captioned the sad post.

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Having a vehicle repossessed in South Africa

Having your vehicle repossessed is the worst-case scenario for both you and your lender, according to DMV.org. Put, vehicle repossession means your lender —whether a bank, credit union or dealership— takes back your vehicle because you've failed to make the monthly payments.

Living in an essentially materialistic world, success is often measured by the fancy and expensive things we own. Letting go of her prized possession for all to see couldn't have been easy for Potsiso.

Mzansi responds with words of encouragement and support

Although a very bitter moment for Potsiso, many netizens responded with supportive comments, commending her for boldly letting go of the financial burden instead of forcing matters to avoid the shame of having a car repossessed.

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Bårbiè Båbræ wrote:

"I love how people of these days are honest.❤️"

@somaqhinga_inkabi replied:

"Ayi kunzima bafethu."

Dee. commented:

"Never, ngiyofela empini."

Lloyd.Gee responded:

"After seeing this video, I have decided to keep my Vivo and not buy a new car. Kuyabheda la eMzansi financially."

SlungyM wrote:

"Ukuhlehla kwenqama akusho ukwehluleka kodwa kusho ukulanda amandla. Keep well, good luck."

Mooipop17 said:

"Start afresh my dear. Even me I'm back home to rebuild myself."

Andy commented:

"Well done on relieving yourself of this burden sisi, UNKULUNKULU uyokubuyisela konke okudliwe yiskhonyana sekuphindeke ka Skhombisaukhulile ke manje."

user9594353001852 wrote:

"Konke okwenzayo uzenzela wena. Wow waze wahlakanipha omunye ubezosaba abantu. Congratulations on your new start."

Gugu Madlala said:

"Ey nale Cyril economy kunzima."

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The post quickly went viral as many South Africans felt they could relate. The video was captioned:

"Qualifying for a car doesn't mean you can afford it. Let that sink in!"

Peeps on TikTok sympathised with the man and offered words of encouragement. Some shared stories about their repossession experiences, while others took the opportunity to share some advice on financial management.

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