- A South African lady took to Twitter to show off her haircut and claimed she went bald after the crowning of Miss SA 2020
- @OleSabrinaM was called out for clout-chasing by many tweeps until she cleared the air
- Nevertheless, her stunning selfies went viral as she exudes nothing but pure and natural beauty
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A gorgeous young lady took to Twitter to show off her haircut. @OleSabrinaM originally tweeted that she had shaved her head after Shudufhadzo Musida was crowned Miss South Africa this past weekend.
Ole cleared the air in a thread under her original tweet after many tweeps called her out for lying about shaving her head because of Shudu. She asked tweeps when would she have gotten the time to shave her head and put on makeup in time for golden hour.
Although most of the responses to Ole's haircut were calling her out for lying, there were a lot of people sending her compliments. A bald head is a very hard look to pull off for most but Ole is certainly shining.
Take a look at her stunning selfies below:
The tweet below was of Ole clearing the air behind her caption:
Take a look at some of the responses from Saffa tweeps:
"You look beautiful. There was no need to lie though."
"Lol you actually could've waited to lie about this tomorrow."
"Ma’am you’re so beautiful. But there was no need for this caption."
In other news about beautiful South African women, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a stunning lady who inspired Mzansi with her cattle farming journey. A gorgeous 27-year-old lady is a commercial farmer based in KwaZulu-Natal.
@ayandamageba (Ayanda Zulu) said she began farming in 2016 after being inspired by a farmer she met who was able to buy a car without financing. Ayanda is a cattle farmer and she said she struggled when she first started due to a lack of knowledge.
In an Instagram post about her farming, Ayanda said she researched a lot and everything started falling into place. She added that farming taught her many things that she did not learn in school. She said the school curriculum teaches students about things that won't be needed in life. She believes that the education system needs to be improved.
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