– A South African social media user was humorously roasted after sharing a picture of a new kitchen unit he has just installed
– @Gxabhashe says he has worked very hard to finally reward himself with a new kitchen but his followers are not entirely convinced it’s his home
– Bioreports takes a look at the comments as some also believe the guy is working for a furniture shop and the kitchen unit is just displayed
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A South African man has taken to his social media timeline to share a new look kitchen but his followers are left with many questions.
While many are sceptical to send their congratulatory messages to the man who is based in KwaZulu-Natal, some have argued that the man is already selling the new furniture.
On the other hand, @Gxabhashe remains proud to say he has finally rewarded himself after working hard to get an uplift for his kitchen.
The Law Student’s latest offering has definitely attracted the attention of Bioreports and the comments are set to ensure you have a smooth transition into your weekend.
“Why are you doing this to us mara? That kitchen is standing on its own mos…everything is just isolated anyhow…anyways congrats on your promotion to store manager.”
“Andina congratulations wodlala mna.”
“I thought one comment is not enough. I died.”
“Let me not be a hater…Congrats from the ceiling of my heart.”
“Congratulations mfana kagogo.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that a young man with the Twitter handle @chuuzus showed people how they could achieve much with little when it comes to interior design.
In a post on Sunday, May 2, he shared photos of a room he totally changed. Before the transformation, the room was almost bare and only had a stand fan, centre rug and a few other things.
He repainted the whole room white and adorned the walls with beautiful portraits. The colour of his side stool and bed also matched the general painting.