- Two lovebirds have become landlord and landlady respectively at their young age
- The lady identified as Nae took to Twitter to announce the big news as they struck poses in front of the beautiful structure
- Social media users gushed about their accomplishment and congratulated them
Nae and Zay - aged 23 and 25 - have been celebrated on social media as they became the latest house owners in the United States.
This is after Nae announced on Twitter on Wednesday, March 17 that she and her boyfriend named Zay have closed in on a big house.
Nae in a subsequent tweet explained that she didn't intend to brag by sharing the photos. To her, it was her own way of expressing her joy and excitement as three years ago she had nothing and suffered depression.
Nigerian man shares crucial life lesson, says his mum married at 22 with SSCE but became a barrister at 44
She said her patience and continuous grinding eventually paid off.
The vloggers made a video as they showed their fans the exquisite interior of the wonderful structure in its empty state.
A tweep however took an exception to the show of age in their celebration. @Judd_1995 thought:
"So I wasn’t going to react to this tweet but it annoyed me slightly. Maybe I’m just jealous or something. The way the world is right now with debates about all kinds of situations. Saying proud homeowners would be accepted but there is no need to show off with age."
"all these jealous people with negative comments. You go girl! Congratulations. She bought a house at 23 and she has a right to post that with her age highlighted. If you don't like it just scroll away. Its not about the price but pride."
"Congratulations. I’ve never understood the infatuation with correlating home ownership to age though."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that social media reacted as a young man acquired his first house at 22.
The man with the Twitter handle @mariiiwrld shared adorable photos of himself in and outside the beautiful house.
In one of the photos, @mariiiwrld could be seen holding the keys to house, and in another photo, he stood in front of the building, smiling and feeling fulfilled that his dream finally came true.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2