- A young woman gushed about the amazing parents she has on social media
- The lady, who has been identified as Unathi, revealed her mother and father bought her a car
- Unathi shared photos of her new whip online and inspired South Africans
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Some parents have the ability to give their kids gifts that others can't. One lucky lady revealed her parents bought her a car.
On Thursday, the woman, who was simply identified as Unathi, shared photos of the KIA vehicle on Twitter.
The post was captioned:
"No words can describe how grateful I am. Thank you mom and dad. Whipping girls worldwide."
Take a look at the post below:
The post gathered over 6 300 likes and South Africans were happy for Unathi.
Twitter user, @ThickNack, commented:
"Haibo this Kia is showing off, what model is it? Congratulations babe! You are blessed!"
Another tweep, @Lwadz_G, added:
"Congratulations. I want to be like your parents to my kids."
Social media user, @demajestic, wrote:
"Congrats, I love this. God bless your parents. I am going to work hard to be this kind of parent, buy nice things for my kids."
Justin Dumela, @Iam_Lukz, said:
"Congratulations, if you need a chauffeur I am available, got degree in driving."
Also, Nigerian billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, recently served serious daddy goals with his recent move for his three daughters. The billionaire who is no doubt a doting father recently went shopping for his daughters and splurged millions of naira on fast cars for them.
Otedola purchased a Ferrari Portofino for each of his three daughters, Temi, Tolani and DJ Cuppy. A 2020 model of the fast car reportedly costs about $215 000.
The Ferrari's came in different colours that seemed to suit the personalities of each daughter. Popular disk jockey DJ Cuppy's ride came in her signature pink colour and the family's fashionista daughter Temi's ride came in a nice brown colour while Tolani's Ferrari came in a cool blue colour.
The excited girls took to social media to share photos of their father’s gifts to them as they celebrated.
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