- A Nigerian man has received mixed reactions from tweeps after showing off the new car he just got himself
- The man said he got the vehicle at the age of 22, saying it is a way of treating himself early for his birthday
- There were tweeps who really wanted to know what he does for a living
A young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @KCKING_MUSIC has generated massive reactions after posting about the new Benz that he just got. He said that it was an early birthday gift to himself.
Many Nigerians reacted in different ways to his photos. While some congratulated him, others wanted to know how he was able to make his money, asking him to show them.
There were a few who also showcased what they achieved before they were even his age. A man with the Twitter handle @Ominikells said he bought his first vehicle at 19.
See his photos below:
Below are some reactions to his post:
"Congrats. Come to think of it. We be age mate self. Wait. How did you achieve. I am interested. Slide into my dm let's talk money."
"PLEASE DON'T BUY A MERCEDES AS YOUR FIRST CAR!!! Maintenance costs and spare parts are way too high and it doesn't have second-hand value. Start with a Toyota pls. Don't let experience teach you this please."
"Yeah great ambition bro! But no vex o.... Where una dey see this money buy car from? I thought we all agreed things are hard?"
"At 26 all I can point as my achievement is the new pos business I just initialized with 200k capital and at the moment I'm running with shortage of 50k due to failure of bad opay pos I'm using...so so stress but yet I appreciate God for my life. Congrats bro."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man identified as Femi Dapson got amazing attention on Twitter after he posted a photo of his new ride. He said it is his own way of starting the new year.
Posting the photos on Twitter, many people congratulated him on it. The man also showed off the dashboard of the vehicle. In the first frame of his photo, the car's front view is seen as he blotted out its number plate.