- A woman claiming to be the president's daughter showed off her privileged lifestyle on social media
- The young lady posted a video on TikTok showing some of her material possessions, including a luxurious car
- What stunned many viewers was a screenshot displaying the supposed R10 million rand in her bank account
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One woman caused a stir on social media with her point-of-view video alleging to be President Cyril Ramaphosa's daughter.
Woman shows lavish lifestyle
She @jia.leo uploaded a video on TikTok where she flaunted her fancy stuff, including an iPhone and a Porsche.
The lady didn't stop there; she also shared some WhatsApp messages with her supposed dad.
But what got everyone talking was a screenshot she shared, showing a massive R10 800 500.30 in her Capitec savings account.
"President's daughter" goes viral
Watch the video below:
Mzansi debate legitimacy of woman's claims
Read some of the comments below:
"At this point Cyril has 53 daughters on TikTok."
"Tell him they declined me twice for i350."
"So everyone is Ramaphosa’s daughter."
"Being delulu is the solulu absolulu."
"Cyril types like that? Don’t play with us wena."
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"Had to pause every second. Lavish lifestyle."
"R10.5 million ko Capitec."
"So he can afford to give you 10 million but not electricity."
"Now I understand why we have loadshedding."
KwaZulu-Natal woman flaunts R1.5 million house, tells Briefly News it took her 2 years to build
In another article, Briefly News reported that a KwaZulu-Natal woman's stunning home looks like it dropped out of Heaven. The house is so stylish that South Africans' tongues were wagging online.
The woman revealed that she spent almost over a million rand. She dropped her gorgeous home on TikTok. The video flaunts how she designed the house, putting a modern twist on rondavels, the round houses that are more common in rural areas.
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Source: Briefly News