Man Shares Video Showing His Huge Mansion To Prove That Africans Do Not Live In Huts
- A TikTok user amazed many on social media when he shared a video showing the palatial mansion where he stayed
- He posted the video as proof that Africans lived in sprawling mansions just like the rest of the developed world and not in huts
- Several netizens were impressed by the TikToker's property and took to the comments of the post to share their thoughts
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A TikTok user with the handle @237bandz wowed many online when he shared a video of his massive mansion in Africa where he stays. The estate he claimed belonged to him was a two-storey building with a little garden and a luxury vehicle parked in its compound.
According to the TikToker, his mansion disproves the notion held by many in Europe and America that Africans lived in mud houses or huts. The video the TikToker posted first showed the shacks that people thought Africans lived in before revealing his plush mansion, a common accommodation type in Africa.
Watch the video below.
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Netizens react to the video showing the TikToker's plush mansion
Several netizens were amazed by the video and took to the comments to share their thoughts. YEN.com.gh compiles some reactions below.
I’m not saying people don’t suffer in Africa, but not everyone suffers like the media make it seem
POV: You're in Africa, and you live in a typical house with clean water, clean food, a clean shower and a bed
You can have the house you want as long as you have money. There is wealth and poverty everywhere, including USA and Europe.
Kay Jay II opined:
The fact remains that most of our people still live in huts and shacks; you are just one of the few that live largely.
Man builds a massive mansion in Africa where he will stay after retirement: "Home sweet home."
In an earlier story, YEN.com.gh wrote about how an abroad-based man constructed a massive estate in Africa where he will reside after retirement. The man's relative released a video of the two-storey property on TikTok, which had well-kept grounds and a large yard with parking for several cars. Many online users praised the TikToker's cousin for the beautiful deed, and some wished they had the resources to take similar action.
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