- A clip of a young lady shooting her shot at getting a DJ's number at a local groove has been shared online
- In the clip, the young lady walks up to the DJ and hand signals him that she would like his number, which he proceeds to give her
- Twitterzens were all for the role-reversal, many of them commending her in the comment section
For as long as history dictates, men have been known as the "chasers" always doing pursuing when it comes to relationships. History is slowly becoming rewritten, and this young woman who boldly approached a love interest is helping to change the outdated narratives.
In a clip that was shared on Twitter by @johnjunior_za, a beautiful woman can be seen approaching the DJ booth. Before long she starts shooting her shot by hand signalling that she would like his number.
Clearly not moved by the boldness of the young beauty, the DJ quickly takes her phone and gives her his number, much to the delight of the beautiful unknown young lady. A the end of the clip she looks pretty impressed with herself.
She was not the only impressed one, however. Thousands of Twitterzens viewed the clip and reacted to it. Many Mzansi men and women asked many questions on how she brought herself to do it.
Read a few of their comments below.
"City girls, normalise this."
"I like her confidence."
"Look at what other children are doing to achieve their crush."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, society often makes the mistake of assuming that beautiful women are often not very intellectual. A young local lady just busted that perception by sharing a picture of herself as well as her matric results to Twitter.
@T_Julianna_ proved that women can be both smart and beautiful in the post, which features a stunning selfie and her matric results of exceptionally high marks, which basically prove her intelligence and hard-working determined nature.
Clearly Twitter users were left more than impressed, liking the post over 8 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section where they flooded Julianna with enough compliments to sink a ship.
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