- A young South African DJ recently headed online to celebrate buying a beautiful Audi for his lovely mother
- In the caption of the post, he recalls how many years ago she slapped him when he wanted dropped out of school to follow his dreams
- Many people loved the inspirational post, also taking to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post
Buying your mom anything - big or small - gives one such a lovely feeling. A young South African DJ recently headed online to share a heartwarming and inspirational post about buying his mother a beautiful Audi.
In his post, DJ Coach explains that years before he was able to buy the car, his mother had slapped him for wanting to drop out of school. In the post, he recalls how he planned to buy her a car to thank her for caring so much all these years.
"Back in 2016 I once told my mom I don't wanna go to school any more & she slapped me 6 times, then I told myself one day I'm gonna buy this woman an Audi A6 just to thank her for slapping me," he captioned the post.
Very soon his followers were in the comment section sharing their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"Please teach me coach this forex, I want to be slapped by my mother also and buy her Audi Q5."
"Can I slap you 7 times, maybe I can get a 7 series, congratulations."
"I'd buy my mama a car but I done got more that 12 beatings so um I'll have to wait for Audi A22."
In similar heartwarming YEN.com.gh news, imagine being able to buy yourself a car for yourself on your birthday - one lucky South African lady does not need to imagine. The beautiful young woman with the Twitter handle @Thlolo15March recently headed online to celebrate her birthday.
In the post, she also shares that she had bought herself a new car in celebration of the special day. Her heartwarming post includes a clip of herself unveiling her new baby at the car dealership earlier today.
"Now that I bought myself a car for my birthday I can officially say I don’t date guys who don’t drive. Guys it’s my birthday 15 March, help me celebrate my little win ke emotional. Nke le tsogeng le jeng kuku yaka," she wrote proudly in the post.