- A lady with the Twitter name aaliboo has got the whole social media talking with her transformation photos
- Though she never specified how long it took her to attain her new body, the pictures show great changes
- The lady captioned the pictures with "When I tell you God has been good"
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A lady with the Twitter handle @aaliyaah_m has wowed social media with her transformation pictures.
One of the photos she shared showed her with a round body structure. The second photo showcases an amazing banging body ticking all the boxes for a model.
It is no wonder therefore that her profile describes her as a fashion enthusiast and freelance picture model.
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See the photos below:
While many praised her, man by the name Felix told her to stop crediting God for the transformation.
See the reactions below:
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In other news, popular actress and socialite, Reginal Daniels, has served another couple goals, letting everyone know that her beauty will never wane with childbirth.
On her Instagram page on Sunday, July, Regina posted very fine pictures showing her and hubby, Ned Nwoko.
In two of the pictures, she could be seen striking a very confident pose while the third photo shows her and her husband in a car.
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Mzansi was still not satisfied after DJ Maphorisa cleaned up his kitchen. The star's posted another picture of his kitchen looking spotless, and even added SMEG items.
However, Twitter trolls were still not happy. Phori had previously come under fire for posting a picture with dirty dishes in the sink of, what some called, a small kitchen.
The star eventually caved in to social media pressure and cleaned up, plus bought new (and expensive) kitchenware. After Maphoria endured yet another round of criticism, DJ Shimza let Phori know that tweeps will never be satisfied, so he should just let them be.
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