- A video showing a lady taking on a massive bungee jump has tongues wagging all over the country
- The video was shared to Twitter recently as many South Africans are in awe of the young lady's bravery
- Somehow the video made it's way to South African rapper Casper Nyovest's page and he sure was impressed
A video of a woman fearlessly taking on a massive bungee jump has the internet in awe. The video was initially shared to Twitter by @zsimayi and gained over 160 000 views from shocked tweeps.
In the video, the unknown woman confidently makes her way to the edge of the cliff for her bungee jump. She follows every direction from the instructor, without an ounce of fear in her eyes. She squats and before you know it, she's dropped quite a far distance.
@zsimayi captioned the video: "Yerr, this gender has the liver" and somehow it ended up on Cassper Nyovest's page. Nyovest quote tweeted the video saying: "I did this jump and I was definitely not as chilled!!! Ah!!! This lady is a legend!!! What?? Such bravery. Ebile wa jaiva."
Take a look at the video below:
This was Nyovest's response:
These are a few of the responses from Saffa tweeps:
"Mark me absent, forever and ever."
"With so much ease. First he would have had to negotiate with me for 5 hours to stand on that edge."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Mzansi's reaction to the world's deepest pool. This after many South Africans were taken aback by a video showing a diver swimming in said 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 bottom 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?"
@van_peeblez hilariously responded with:
"I sometimes drown in the shower, so no."
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Source: Briefly News