- A beautiful young woman complained about the restrictions imposed due to the nationwide lockdown
- She moaned about being confined to a small space, yet boasted a massive house and yard
- Social media users saw the funny side, as the video went viral
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A lovely young lady took to social media to rant about how unfair life is treating her during the nationwide lockdown.
Her gripes initially struck a chord, as this is how many South Africans feel due to the restrictions imposed.
However, the majority of South Africans have to endure the lockdown while living in poverty and in close proximity to other residents of their community.
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In the case of Chioma Antoinette (@Chi_IsToni), it was a different case altogether.
In her video shared via Twitter, she complained about having to leave the house for a moment to recharge.
Tweeps were then stunned to see her returning into her driveway through a second gate.
Next on the agenda was the fact that she and her family are confined to small spaces, only for the camera to reveal a massive backyard in the background.
Chioma proceeded to complain about the fear of having to actually cook due to Woolies meals running low.
Briefly.co.za noted the reaction, as the video went viral. It's attracted nearly 300 000 views in less than 24 hours.
Based on the reactions, some were envious, but most saw the funny side and appreciated the young actress' sense of humour.
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Vusi Cavin Booi (@CavinVusi) said,
"Eyy these are the kind of life problems I'm tryna have."
Tshego (@MokateTshegoo) felt a bit of envy:
"Money is so nice."
Alma (@ALMZ11) highlighted her favourite part of the video:
"You have to make use of what you've got"- Pans to show massive garden with soccer goal posts."
Tebza (@wavedifferent) admired the backyard:
"Yo this boy has soccer city in his backyard."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a video uploaded to social media pokes fun at the newly implemented lockdown.
A cyclist is seen 'enjoying' his hobby despite the restrictions.
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