- Dr Daniel Marven shared a pic of several new luxury cars online namely Porsche, Lamborghini Ferrari parked in front of a shack in the Eastern Cape
- Twitter users were blown away by why so many top-end cars would be parked at an informal dwelling in the township
- Peeps had fun speculating and some said it was a drug house, others commented that a sangoma lived there and one said the cars were parked there for a funeral
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An actor from Pretoria shared a snap of plush high-end luxury cars parked in front of shacks in an informal settlement and Twitter users have been left scratching their heads.
The photo shows several multi-coloured cars namely Porsche, Lamborghini Ferrari parked in front of a few informal dwellings.
Dr Daniel Marven took to Twitter with the pic which he captioned:
“I have too many questions but again let me tool…”
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“and his neighbors will think he’s selling Dope.”
“Some junubin riding sport cars in Juba without proper houses #ssot.”
“You and I both.”
“This how it looks every time in eastern cape during the December holidays.”
“Where in the Eastern Cape?”
“It was actually a funeral. One of the taxi boss's family members had passed on, so the other taxi bosses were there for support, they used this yard as parking cos it was closer.”
“The mechanic used to work at Ferrari. He knows what he is doing.”
“You know the story bro with open mouth and cold sweat there is no way friends can visit at the same time.”
“Those are. My homies came to see me last week.”
“A sangoma lives there.”
Mzansi can’t deal with fleet of luxury whips at kasi nightclub, the wealthy love flaunting riches at Konka
A Twitter post shared by @DiggaTheGrigio, shows that Konka is attracting new levels of opulence after a fleet of Mercedes Benz V-Classes were seen at the club.
In the post, the Twitter-user shared a video of about 20 V-Classes parked at Konka - a number so incredible it has to be seen to believed.
The jaw-dropping post has close to 1 000 likes and over 200 retweets in just a few hours, and the comments are quickly multiplying.
@Siyabonga_Moloi: "Make a limited edition of the V-Class but call it the KONKA."
Source: Briefly News