- A local muso, known as Amen Deep T online, has inspired South Africans with his dedication to blessing his parents
- The music producer shared a photo of himself working on a house, which he is building for his mom and dad
- Amen Deep T revealed he will not stop until the home is done, even if it means putting his own dreams on hold
Parents go through the most to give their kids the best possible lives and sometimes, they are repaid for all they have done. One man, a musician known only as 'Amen Deep T' on Twitter, revealed how he is blessing his parents.
The muso shared a photo of himself hard at work in a yard and revealed in the caption that he's building a house for his mother and father.
However, building a house is not cheap and Amen Deep T had to put some of his own dreams on hold - a sacrifice he gladly made.
"Won't buy any car till I finish my parents' house."
Take a look at the post below:
While there were a couple of trolls, many social media users noted that the structure appears to be almost done and they applauded Amen Deep T for putting the interest of his parents before his own.
Twitter user, @Thembisile_Q, commented:
"And you don't need to explain yourself to anyone, btw you're almost done... It looks beautiful."
Another tweep, @TriptroniQ, added:
"This house looks beautiful and its seems like you are almost done."
Social media user, @dajeey1, wrote:
"God will bless you Amen Deep T."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported a woman, Chabe Kgalalelo, took to social media on Thursday to post photos of her "biggest project" this year.
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The beautiful lady revealed she built her parents their dream home, splashing millions to make the house perfect.
She captioned the post:
"Finally finished my biggest project of 2019. A dream home for my parents. A token of appreciation to them for I am because they are. A multi-million home. I am so happy and humbled. I grew up with nothing but a dream to become."
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