- People have praised a 12-year-old's beauty and height after her pictures surfaced on Twitter
- The girl's sister, @Nayz100, said she wants a modelling agency to hire her
- @Nayz100 also called for people's retweets so that the girl's photos can have a wider reach
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A 12-year-old girl has become very popular on social media for the right reason after her sister with the Twitter handle @Nayz100 posted her pictures online.
In a tweet on Monday, October 12, the lady said that her sister is 6ft tall and they have been on a hunt for a modelling agency for her.
@Nayz100 said that she decided to bring her photos to the platform with the hope that they would go viral and an agency will get in touch.
The lady added that seeing her sibling succeed as a model will be a big one for her. As at the time of writing this report, the post has gathered 43,000 likes with numerous quoted responses.
Check her tweet below:
Not only did people tell @Nayz100 how beautiful her sister is, but they also wished that all her dreams become realities.
Below are some of the reactions from people:
"She’s so pretty. I want her dreams to come true IMMEDIATELY! SOMEONE COME SIGN HER NOWWWWWWW!"
"How is she 12 looking like more of a woman than I do at 20 years old, good luck finding agencies she’s gonna do so well as a model!!"
"She’s this tall and she has dimples and is this gorgeous?! Who can we contact because she needs to be out on the runways by Christmas."
"Gorgeous, all the best! She’s so tall. Do sign her up with a kids’ agency. Some of them can be exploitative."
"She’s absolutely beautiful. im confident she’ll make it far. hope to see her on someone’s runway or magazine soon."
"Mentally prepare her please. The model industry can be tough on a preteens perception of themselves. Give plenty of reassurance. Good luck on her journey."
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a talented young man wows social media with innovative creations. The photos of a young man and his innovative pieces have surfaced online and they have got a lot of people talking. In the pictures, he could be seen posing beside one of the vehicle prototypes he built. Northeast Reporters identified him as a Nigerian though Briefly.co.za's sister publication Legit.ng could not independently verify that he is.
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