Man Hilariously Tricks Internet Into Thinking He Purchased a New Ride, All He Did Was Buy Data

Man Hilariously Tricks Internet Into Thinking He Purchased a New Ride, All He Did Was Buy Data

  • A local man had peeps thinking he saved up for a lux new vehicle only for him to reveal that it was all a joke
  • Reform Mtungwa shared a picture of a sleek white BMW with a massive red bow on it, hinting in the caption that he purchased it
  • He later shared a follow-up tweet revealing that he downloaded the image but hopes that by March or April he will be sharing a snap of his new ride

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Reform Mtungwa had the internet in the palm of his hands after sharing that he saved up to purchase a new vehicle. The Twitter user later revealed that what he saved was data and that he used that to download an image of a car.

Mtungwa's post gained a massive 2 200 likes on the bluebird app as peeps congratulated him for purchasing the vehicle, not realising that it was all a hoax. Mtungwa's post displayed the love that Saffas have for each other as they congratulated him not knowing it was all a big lie.

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This man tricked the internet into believing he purchased a stunning new ride when all he did was download a picture. Image: @Reform_ZA
Source: Twitter

As previously mentioned, Mtungwa's post quickly went viral online and he trolled a few of the commenters as well:

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Mtungwa plays a few tricks in the replies section

Peeps start hilariously catching him out in a lie

@hlengiwe_sings shared:

"Saw this car on LinkedIn."

@CoTruestory responded with:

"Yah neh, no people don't like reading."

@moseysch asked:

"To save photos or money? If money, how much did you save on this one?"

Mtungwa finally reveals that it was all a joke

@askhumalo simply wrote:


@Harold10663788 tweeted:

"Mxm now I'm even shy to fetch my reaction."

@Sir_Ntsele added:

"I don't think a lot of the responders arrived at the continuation of the post. They are bitter, shem; about the machine, not the data."

Lady demonstrates fake driving

Meanwhile, a video of a young lady is beginning to make waves on social media after she brought light to some misleading social media stunts that people make for views and likes.

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Sitting at the passenger's seat in front of a salon car, the skilled young lady whose name is not disclosed, was able to record a video of herself pretending to be driving a car.

She held one hand out and kept moving it as though it was controlling the steering wheel while the other hand recorded the moment without capturing the wheel itself.


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