Man Bags New Apartment but It’s Too Cramped for Mzansi’s Style: Toilet in the Kitchen?

Man Bags New Apartment but It’s Too Cramped for Mzansi’s Style: Toilet in the Kitchen?

  • A Twitter user went onto social media to reveal that he managed to secure his own apartment in 2022
  • Social media users were fully impressed by the accomplishment until they saw the cramped apartment he had moved into
  • The pic he posted shows the bath and toilet in the kitchen and Mzansi questioned the location of the new crib but congratulated him anyway

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A man has clinched a new apartment and Mzansi can’t believe how tiny it is. Image: @romeonje/ Twitter
Source: Twitter

A young man from Maboneng went onto Twitter to reveal that he had managed to move into his own apartment this year and Mzansi praised him for his hard work.

@romeonje posted a picture of the keys to his new apartment with the caption:

“Started my 2022 with an apartment.”

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Twitter users were quick to praise him on his milestone but noticed that his new apartment was a bit cramped.

In the image that @romeonje posted onto social media, the bath and toilet can be seen in the kitchen, which left a few Saffas confused.

@DevourIan said:

“I am following too. Good.”

@elitedarkskin98 said:

“Talk about an odd design... but anyway, congrats.”

@master_rxph said:

“Wit your shitty apartment.”

@EdimaInwang said:

“I have so many questions.”

@anentirethato said:

“Is that a toilet kitchen?”

@QuariCakess commented:

“Never shit where you eat.”

@VonShellyShell said:

“A bathroom in the kitchen though? Landlord fucked up for that.”

@bigbankfi said:

“Congrats I guess.”

@romeonje replied to the comments.

"I've been going through the replies and saw nothing but positive comments.❤ Thanks a million! I'm hosting a housewarming party soon & the drinks are on me if y'all will bring your own beverages."

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On how much rent he pays, he added:

"Received 100s of DMs asking about the rent - it's R6 500 monthly. But I took a 6-month lease to coincide with the duration of my work contract & the landlady gave me a 10% discount provided I twerk for her once a day, for a week. So I paid R35k upfront. Thank you."

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In a previous article, Briefly News wrote about a local man who moved up in the world and was happy to share the big moves he's made with the rest of Mzansi after taking to social media to report on his recent strides.

The Twitter user, @cwezelububi, headed to the social networking platform to share a picture of the new humble abode where he's getting ready to take up occupation. The tweet read:

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"Officially a lessee."

The tweet not only caught the attention of the tweep's 600 followers but plenty of others, too, as the obvious independence that comes with living in one's own space rubbed off on users across the length and breadth of the social networking service.

The singular image shows the gent holding up the keys to the meticulous-looking and visibly empty apartment in one hand.

Source: Briefly News

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