- South African influencer Thickleeyonce recently took to Twitter to celebrate bagging yet another international contract
- In her post, she excitedly shared how international brands push her to do her best work and show her creative side to the max
- Her fans and followers soon headed to the comment section to share their thoughts and congratulatory messages
Thickleeyonce is one South African influencer who keeps on winning. The young lady recently headed to her Twitter page to share some exciting news that she will be working with an international brand next year.
The excited Miss Leeyonce also went on to share how she thinks that working with international brands not only pushes people to work harder than normal but also pushes her to reach her full creative potential.
"It’s me signing an international campaign contract for 2021 already. I’m so excited! Yho!
"Working with international brands pushes you to do the most, the standard’s sooo high. I did 4 international campaigns this year and honestly the PR companies overseas will make you WORK & be creative to the fullest.
"I love it. Working with international brands pushes you to do the most, the standard’s sooo high. I did 4 international campaigns this year and honestly the PR companies overseas will make you WORK & be creative to the fullest. I love it," she wrote.
Her followers had this to say:
"Well deserved. You are a gone girl now. Sikhaphe wena."
"You’re doing excellently! Congratulations."
"Congratulations babe. You're doing amazing."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, being able to build a new home for yourself and your family is a lovely achievement, one that is worthy of a hearty celebration. A young South African mother recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to celebrate building a new home for herself and her daughter.
In a heartwarming post, Dine Okon explained how she and her daughter moved from home to home without having a place of their own to settle down in. She also explains how proud she is of herself.
"After so many years of moving up and down without a home, today me and my daughter we have a place we call home, even though this year was big rollercoaster this is my achievement and very proud of myself, that's why #imstaying, thank God," she captioned the post.
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