Alana Reid is living her professional life luxuriously as she has allegedly bought her first car.
The 18-year-old posted a picture of herself inside a Mercedes Benz store with the car on her Insta story, and many believe she has purchased it.
Summary of Reid's Young Career
Reid made the world pay attention to her talent in March 2023, when she first clocked a Personal Best of 11.16s in the 100m semifinal at the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Championships in Kingston, Jamaica.
Then in the final, she ran a blistering 10.92s to set a new national junior record, erasing the 10.95s set by Tina Clayton in 2022. It made her the fifth-fastest junior athlete of all time, behind only Katrin Krabbe (10.89s), Marlies Oelsner (10.88s), Tamari Davis (10.83s) and Sha'Carri Richardson (10.75s), and also placed her eleventh on the Jamaican all-time list.
19:27 - 29.11.2023
Multiple World and Olympic medallist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has signed for the Richard Mille family, joining a growing list of track and field athletes.
19:23 - 03.12.2023
SPEECH: Sha'Carri Richardson credits her faith in God for 2023 success after winning the USATF Athlete of the Year Award
World champion Sha'Carri Richardson referenced her faith in God and influence as a US track star in her victory speech, after winning the 2023 USATF Female Athlete of the Year Award.
However, the biggest shock of the season came when the world U20 bronze medallist in the 200m made a shocking move in October to start training under the guidance of Sha'Carri Richardson's coach Dennis Mitchell at the Florida-based Star Athletics Track Club in the US.
19:38 - 02.12.2023
Jamaica's youngster Alana Reid learns from the world's fastest woman Sha'Carri Richardson in training. She's definitely having a great role model in the American.
Fans react to news of Alana Reid reportedly purchasing a luxurious car
While most fans are congratulating the youngster's decision, many have other thoughts on the decision.
Here are some reactions below.