- A young woman, @shakeibra, has gone viral on Twitter after uploading an image showing the different generations in her family
- Twitter users came out in their masses to voice their confusion at not knowing who was who in the image
- The original post was later updated and a follow-up video was shared, which was much appreciated
Twitter users have been left in awe after a picture of a family of five generations was uploaded by user @shakeibra. The picture depicts five gorgeous women aged between 15 and 91, but the order of the ages and where the women were standing created a bit of confusion.
The image of the women has been retweeted over 15 000 timesith over 400 comments from users. Many showed confusion at the placement of the stunning family.
The ages listed above the image go in the order of 15, 35, 55, 71 and 91. Whereas the image itself does not.
Take a look at the post below:
Below are some reactions from Twitter users:
"Are they in order? Cause 91 at the end giving me Benjamina Button."
The confusion was made apparent by the vast amount of users sharing memes to display their emotions. It's definitely not easy to tell who is who judging solely from this picture.
The original poster, @shakeibra, came in with a quick explanation after she realised the confusion that spawned. This was her response:
Her response put many users at ease and a few hours later she uploaded a video:
In other viral Twitter news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a beautiful hard-working black woman who bought an apartment on the beach. Twitter user, @iJaadee, an astrologer by profession, shared how working hard helped her achieve this goal.
Her post was met with thousands of congratulatory comments and many messages of support. Clearly everyone appreciates watching a young lady make a name for herself.
While many applauded her hard work, others commented on the designer purses that were propped next to her and a cute puppy on the kitchen counter.
Her post received over 50 000 reactions, most of which were congratulatory messages from inspired Twitter users.
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