- A South African man recently took to social media with pictures of his brother's incredibly well-did artistry
- In his Twitter post, @RulzKay1_ asks the app's users to support his talented brother
- The post was warmly received by people who were wowed by the amazing artwork
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Mzansi sure has some pretty talented citizens. And this Twitter user's brother, Xolani, is no exception. @RulzKay1_ recently took to the internet world to show off his brother's amazing artistry.
In his tweet, the young enterprising man asks people to please support his brother by buying the artwork. He also asks for some support from his followers to help his brother get the recognition he deserves in the form of retweets and shares.
"My brother Xolani is a visual artist based in Kagiso. Please RT this artwork so all who see this may appreciate the talent may support the artist. If you're interested please DM." he wrote.
The post was warmly received by Twitter users who thought that his brother was very talented. They shared many comments beneath the post, complimenting the young man on his great skills and attention to detail.
Here are some of their comments.
"Your brother is talented."
While Avela Melanin said:
In other Briefly.co.za news, more and more women are making their mark in industries formerly dominated by men. One of those ladies is a social media user, who was only identified as @Monroe244.
The young lady shared photos of herself and the work she has completed recently. According to her Twitter page, @Monroe244 installs ceilings and pavements, and she works as a tiler. Halala girl.
On Sunday, she shared snaps of the work she had done and captioned the post:
"The results. I ain't perfect ka zama. A retweet will be appreciated highly."
Not only did her post get retweeted over 10 900 times, but it generated reactions from more than 28 600 South Africans. Mzansi social media users were inspired to see a young woman who is not afraid to get her hands dirty.
One of the app's users, @DLionandDJewel, commented:
"Remove the 'I ain't perfect' from your vocabulary and go forth and prosper. You did good and will only get better but do not ever downplay your work ethic, drive and excellence. Ever."