Guy Posts A Picture Of What His Father Allegedly Bought For Their Maid But People Had This To Say.
Not many of us has the privilege to to have a maid or a helper. Lucky are those who can afford one and the luckiest are the helpers who work for kind people who can appreciate them and treat them like human beings.
A guy by the name of Shonny too to social media to share what his father has allegedly bought for their maid because she had been amazing to them for the past decade. He posted an Audi car as what his father bought for the maid. A very kind gesture indeed.
People who saw the post however noticed something else. The very said Audi had a lot of owners. Tweeps shared screenshots of the same car, same purchasing spot but from different people. Many said they had just bought the car while another shared a screenshot with the famous Kwesta posting the same picture.
It seems that people had been using that same picture to fool other people that they had bought the car and it is theirs. I think as South Africans, social media is not a place where to lie cause you will always get caught. Unfortunately some people have had one of their embarrassing pasts coming back to haunt them on social media. You don't want to be that person.
Why do you think people live a lie on social media? Share your comments down below.
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