- A Twitter user shared two selfies of a stunning young lady by the name of Kuhle
- @Im_Kamow's post of Kuhle has gained over 10 000 likes on the social networking site since its upload last night
- Many Saffas are thirsting over Kuhle and have shared hilarious responses in the replies section
Twitter user @Iam_Kamow shared two stunning selfies of a lady by the name of Kuhle to their account recently and many South Africans are thirsting in the replies section. Kuhle's Instagram bio for the handle @siphokuhle_ says she does not have a Twitter or Facebook account.
While many were obsessing over her beauty, others paid close attention to the background of the images. In the second selfie uploaded, what appears to be the sleeve of a white T-shirt can be seen in the seat next to her.
The replies section gets even wilder the more you scroll. Kuhle herself did not upload these pictures but Saffas are still trying their luck.
Take a look at the post below:
This is the post from Kuhle's Instagram account:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the replies left under the Twitter post:
"I got a crush and you're genuinely beautiful."
"My girl, I think we're soulmates. Funny cos it also crossed my mind, but anyways you have a beautiful smile."
@enuel_p responded with:
"Premature ventricular contractions took place xem."
"You are truly beautiful and breathtaking my Goddess. I would never call you a queen because you are absolutely above a simple queen."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a stunning woman who shared images of herself in traditional Zulu attire. An absolutely stunning lady has taken to social media to share her amazing Zulu heritage. Samy Mofokeng took to Facebook group, #ImStaying to share the gorgeous images of her in her traditional attire.
Samy shared three images and has received over 6 000 reactions and almost 600 comments from Stayers. She started the caption of the post by saying: "Hi stayers, I'm a proud Zulu girl." She continued:
"As we all know that September marks the annual Heritage Month in South Africa and what makes it more special is the fact that we're a rainbow nation... What is your culture/heritage?"
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