“I am tired of acting rich and posting cars that are not mine. Please help me” Man says

@Shonny SA, a South African social media influencer, tweeted at her for assistance. Shonny is often boasting about how wealthy his family is on Twitter. On Twitter, he asked for aid. Asked for donations, he put up the sign on his electricity meter box. Their advice was for him to part with his iPhone. People encouraged him to quit taking chances and ask his sister for help after he posted that his sister had just purchased a car.

Can you kindly help me out with electricity? I’m fed up with pretending to be wealthy and posting automobiles that aren’t mine. I’d like to thank you in advance for your consideration.” He posted a message via Twitter. The last time you posted about your mother accompanying you to the car, it was 5 days ago. @tmosito7 said this.



“Stop buying data for pointless tweets and start buying electricity,” one user said in response. @Unati said this.

Because of this, no one helped me when I needed it most in the past. Please don’t hesitate to ask for aid, brother.” @Andy Buck said this.