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A Spaza owner bought himself a real life Lamborghini after saving his profits for five years. Gabriel who is 45 years old shock many on social media after he appeared that he owns one of the fastest cars in the world. A Lamborghini is a luxury car is a that most people who are working in fancy office fail to buy in their lifetime. A Lamborghini Aventador ot Gallardo can cost around or between R3.5 million to R6 million for a second hand model.
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Many people on Twitter don't believe this man owns this Lamborghini and they think he stole it from some rich individual living in luxurious places. In South Africa, it becomes a problem when a black person owns a something luxury car because they think he stole it after looking at his circumstances or conditions.
Source : twitter.com
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