- A beautiful young girl captured South Africans' heart when her mom shared photos of her online
- The proud mom, @Thembi_temtem, revealed she was looking for a modeling agency for her stunning daughter
- Mzansi used Beyoncé's 'Brown Skin Girl' to describe the flawless young aspiring model
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A young girl wowed South Africans with her beauty after her mom posted stunning snaps on Twitter this week.
Social media user, @Thembi_temtem, shared images of her young daughter on Tuesday. The proud mom revealed she was looking for a modeling agency for her little girl.
She captioned the breathtaking images:
"Looking for a kids modelling agency for my daughter, she enjoys taking pictures. Please retweet maybe her breakthrough is in your TL. And also please retweet my pinned tweet."
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans were stunned by the little girl's flawless beauty and they used Beyoncé's Brown Skin Girl to describe her.
Twitter user, @Wanda_Mbalee, commented:
"Brown skin girl, she is a beautiful Princess. Try KingKlip casting agency."
Liz Thobela, who goes by the Twitter handle @LizThobela, added:
"She is too cute for words."
Another tweep, @Enhle_Leti, wrote:
"She is sooo adorable."
Social media user, @KingZwide_DBN, said:
"Beautiful kid, hope she finds an agency and ample gigs."
Twitter user, @Medi1Oratile, commented:
"She's so beautiful!! A model. I hope she finds a legit agency."
Asiphile, @thesh81, added:
"oh she's so gorgeous."
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In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported a man has gone viral with his amazing works of art. Abinoro Akporode Collins, a great Nigerian artist, makes installations with spoons, an art that always gets people talking.
Born in Africa in 1984, the man's works have been exhibited as far as United Arab Emirate. Abinoro said that his passion for art started when he was a little boy.
"As a sculptor, a major challenge as a Nigerian is poor power supply resulting in the artist spending more money running generators,” he said.
Despite the odds stacked against him, Abinoro is still creating arts that have never ceased to amaze people.
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