- A local woman recently shared a touching post about how she is breaking generational curses after she built a house
- The post features pictures of presumably the house she used to live in and the new house that she built
- Locals loved the positivity, reacting to the post many times; they also congratulated the proud woman
Many South Africans believe generational curses to be an actual thing and have dedicated themselves to breaking them. One such person is a local woman who took to Twitter to share how she had broken a generational curse and built herself a beautiful home.
Shiela Yabo whose Twitter handle is @Ms_Yabo took to the social media platform to share a picture of the home she presumably used to live in and also one of a new and improved house which she built for herself and her family.
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She wrote on Twitter:
"Me I break those generational curses torhwana, andidlali. This one still feels like a dream."
Locals were all for the good news, liking the post over a whopping thousands of times. Many of them also took to the comment section to share their thoughts and messages of support, a few of which you can be read below.
"This is content I love seeing on Twitter... Congratulations my sister."
"Let those who didn't believe in you see how happy you are. Congratulations."
"Congratulations on this Sheila!!! O berekeli Ausi. More blessings to you & your loved ones."
In a similar news, buying a home or even renting or getting a bond is such a big flex. Another young lady could finally join the flex, taking to Twitter to share how she and her man are now the proud owners of their first home.
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@__kekeeeeee, a beautiful young American lady, decided to share the exciting news with her followers. The post included different pictures of the massive and stunning property that they had just got.
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