- A local lady has challenged social media users to spot the difference in her photos as a village girl and her current looks
- The young woman, @Awa_Khiwe, says she has not changed and still loves her handbags and hats, and Mzansi reacted to the snaps
- Some people believe the musician has seriously improved when it comes to her looks but some argue that it’s just an improved fashion style
A stunning young woman has impressed Mzansi with her looks and says she has not changed at all. However, many people have noticed the glowing looks which suggest the lady is no longer the same village girl she used to be.
@Awa_Khiwe says people are always telling her about the changes but insists she still loves the handbags and hats. Mzansi social networkers are naturally sharing their views and they have praised the young musician.
The post reads:
“We ain't ugly, we just poor.”
“Mhlawumbe bathi you have changed in other ways not villageship and love for bags.”
“Please introduce us to the girl in green, we have a lot to ask her.”
“Girl take it, you have changed.”
“You changed your class bravo!!.”
“Frame 1, I can tell wawuphuma echurch esabatheni hahaha.”
“You've always been beautiful.”
“Also somehow you got taller.”
“Fashion is a matter of choice. Me I love the first frame wena. You looked lovely with more African beauty dear.”
“On the left Awa the rural teacher....On the right Awa the lyricist...The same girl still.”
‘Work vs weekends’: Man shares cool before & after snaps, Mzansi reacts
In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a local man has wowed Mzansi with some inspirational before and after snaps. The builder took to Twitter, sharing a picture of himself on duty as a builder and another pic dressed to impress for a weekend with the boys.
"During the week vs. Weekends" he captioned the eye-catching post. By the pics, it's clear the young man works hard and plays just as hard.
He's definitely not afraid to get his hands a little dirty on the job and Mzansi's ladies were impressed by how well the builder cleaned up.
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