- Mzansi was left holding its breath after seeing this video on Twitter
- The video shows a person diving into the worlds deepest swimming pool
- Social media users were feeling all sorts of things while watching the person dive deeper and deeper
South Africans were taken aback by a video showing a diver swimming in the world's deepest pool. The video itself is mesmerising as a diver swims deeper and deeper into what seems like a bottomless pool.
When the diver reaches the body the anxiety is real and people were getting all kinds of feelings reacting to the video.
@Lazola13__ summed it up pretty well with:
"I lost my breath whilst watching ."
The video is captioned with the following challenge:
"World's deepest pool. Would you attempt?"
Here are some reactions to the post:
"I sometimes drown in the shower Shower, So No."
"How long than that person hold his breath under water?"
"This was so cool for me and I was considering it until I saw he has no breathing equipment."
"Sure doesn't look cheap but I'm more concerned about emergency measures in place in case someone did jump in can swim but now coming up the body is tired how quick can u be saved?"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomzamo Mbatha is living up her California dreams and recently took to Instagram to show off how she was beating the heat.
The star posted a series of photos to her social media account that pictured Nomzamo hanging by a pool in Palm Springs. She looked absolutely stunning as she chilled in the water while wearing a sizzling black bikini.
Nomzamo joked in her caption about how the pandemic and being in quarantine had had an effect on her body but fans and famous friends took to the comments to tell her how utterly gorgeous she was looking.
In previous Nomzamo Mbatha-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the star speaking about her move to the United States where she acknowledged that while America is where she lives, South Africa will always be her home.
Nomzamo Mbatha recently spoke out about her decision to move to America and leave her beloved country behind. While South Africa will always be her home, Nomzamo knew that she needed to make the big move in order to grow her career.
Sitting down with Sizwe Dhlomo on Kaya FM, Nomzamo opened up about her move to the US. Making it clear that Mzansi is her home, Nomzamo highlighted that her career seems to be taking her all over the place these days, sometimes even bringing her back home.
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