South African social media is currently abuzz with stories of young girl from Soweto who allegedly found a bad with about R40 million. It is been said that the young girl from Soweto apparently returned the money to the police.
And as expected, black Twitter has reacted with mixed reactions to this interesting story. Some people have indicated that the young lady should have kept the money and make sure that she saves it to further her studies in the foreseeable future.
It was her lucky day. However, it seems like the young girl from Soweto didn't anticipate that her story will most certainly have many South African people talking about it. By now, almost everyone is well aware of the fact that black Twitter leave any stone unturned. And some have already flooded the Twitter timeline with what they would have done had they been the ones who came across a bag with R40 million.
Some of the screenshots of what people had to say will be shared shortly, so people can easily see how black Twitter has reacted to the news.
Herein is the reaction of black Twitter:
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