- A gorgeous-looking lady has showcased great body flexes and skills as seen in a video making the rounds
- She stood on her hands, walked with it and quickly switched to a somersault in a marvellous fashion
- Her performance has earned her the admiration of many Nigerians on social media with many arguing that their food pattern has made it difficult to pull such stunt
A good-looking woman has caused massive stir on social media after she was captured somersaulting and standing on her hands.
The unidentified lady showed great body flexibility as she made the moves while on heels.
In the video shared on Instagram by @kingtundeednut, she first stood on her hands and made to walk with it for some seconds before switching to her feet and following it up with an eye-catching somersault.
Internet users reception to her performance
The lady was hailed as many people expressed surprise at how she effortlessly pulled the display off. Some ladies bemoaned how their food pattern ruled them out of ever trying such a feat.
"Most of us for this Naija no be Eba and Fufu . Na constant Breakfast wey dem dey serve us . Na the breakfast dey lead to the big belle wey we dey carry. Heartbreak is not easy . It’s only food that can help you at that moment."
"Many Nigerian ladies can do this. It’s just that the roads are bad here."
"My dear beautiful lady! No need to feel bad! Ask her, if she do eat Eba or fufu."
"What’s there that I can not do huh .lol that small moves.. come let me show you my own move."
From plus-sized to slim
Meanwhile, Briefly New previously reported that a lady had broken the internet with her amazing body transformation.
Dawn Elizabeth shared on Twitter two frames of herself; one old, the other her new look. In the first frame which is her old look, she was plus-sized. Surprisingly, her new look leaves no trace of someone that had so much weight.
Elizabeth's hour-glass look got social media users gushing and wondering how she came about the amazing transformation.
Elizabeth lost a whopping 300 pounds in the space of a year of mental and physical drilling, training, good dieting and exercising.
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