- A young man with the handle @WorstBehavior78 has "brought" an aeroplane to a Twitter challenge and generated reactions
- The man shared photos of when he posed beside an aircraft and the time he achieved his dream of being a pilot
- According to him, hard work towards one's dream is important as love for it is not enough
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Years after posing beside an aeroplane, a young man with the Twitter handle @WorstBehavior78 has finally fulfilled his dream of being a pilot.
@WorstBehavior78 revealed this as he joined the "How it started. How it is going" challenge on Twitter.
His post on Twitter has gone really viral as many tweeted on the need to keep working on one's dream no matter how big it seems.
As at the time of this report, the tweet has gathered over 400,000 likes with thousands of comments from people.
In a subsequent tweet, the pilot said he had to join the challenge to show that when hard work and one's passion meet, great things happen.
Below are the photos:
Below are some of the reactions the post got:
"Please are you married? I'm asking for a friend."
"Okay challenge over you win. Eyy this dude bought a freakin plane now that's ultraflex!"
"Bona congrats bro this is true inspiration"
"Yeah this is it bruv. This smile is so genuinely amazing cause he is living his dream Loudly crying face. We are doing amazing ...well done. Where the rest of ma hommies at"
"I aspire for the same thing, but I must confess I am uncertain if I'll be able to achieve it."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Van Beek, an 18-year-old boy, became the UK’s youngest commercial pilot after his mom had to sell their family home to pay his school fees.
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He was issued a passenger-pilot license after he got done with 18-month training and completed 150 hours in the air, passing his training excellently. The teenager had always wanted to become a pilot since he was eight years old.
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