- A beautiful local woman recently took to Instagram with some pretty good news - she just bought a new car
- In the caption, she explains how she had to let go of her modest Hyundai Getz so she could get the flashy BMW whip
- Her followers were all for it, taking to the comments section to congratulate her on her hard work
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A beautiful young South African lady has left us all inspired. This is after she shared a short clip of herself unveiling her brand-new expensive luxury vehicle on to her Instagram page with the handle, joey_lifestylez.
In her lengthy caption, she explains how she had been driving a modest Hyundai Getz for a while before she was able to make this big expensive purchase. She also shares that she hopes to inspire others to reach for their dreams just like she did.
"Sharing this to inspire and show what’s possible if you don’t quit. Today I retired my Hyundai Getzie and bought myself a brand-new BM, this business has blessed us beyond measure!"
"Through hard work and consistency anything is possible. Hard work pays off . Thank you God for all our blessings. Dankie Jaco Lombard, my liefie dat jy altyd in my geglo het," she wrote in the motivational IG post.
Meanwhile, her followers shared their good wishes and congratulatory messages in the comments section. Read a few of them below.
"Congratulations my girl!"
"Congratulations my sus! Showing everyone what’s possible if you work hard and never quit... You are such an inspiration! Soooo proud of you!"
"Yasssss hun, look at that. To many of these."
In similar feel-good news, a woman who was identified as Miss Shozi served up some major mother-daughter goals on social media. The beautiful influencer recently got a new set of wheels - a sleek black Mercedes Benz GLC 63.
However, she did not want to be the only one with a new whip and decided to buy a matching miniature ride for her daughter. In photos posted online, the two cars can be seen parked next to one another as the mom embraces her little "mini-me".
The post gathered over 39 100 likes and 4 000 comments. South Africans loved the sweet mother-daughter moment and the goals they served with the matching whips. Some guys decided to shoot their shot and volunteered to be step-dads.
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