- A young South African woman is saying goodbye to a harsh 2020 by spending her last hours amazingly
- The beautiful young lady shared some breathtakingly beautiful pictures of herself swimming by a lovely waterfall
- The pics left locals mesmerized many of them questioning how and why she braved such a dangerous-looking adventure
A young South African woman is saying goodbye to 2020 and she is doing so wonderfully. The beautiful young queen can be seen braving a clearly dangerous waterfall to take some stunning pictures - and boy are they stunning.
The post that was made by TuttiRamzy on Twitter, features herself laying down in what looks like the most refreshing water that overlooks a waterfall that is graciously yet viciously spilling water down the beautiful landscape.
"Last morning of 2020," she captioned the beautiful post.
South Africans loved the beautiful pics. Many of them took to the comment section with dozens of questions. Read a few of them below.
Hi there I am just a stranger on the internet curious about this, please help
"1. How do you get up there? 2. How do you make sure you don't slip and fall? 3. Is the water not pushing you to the edge?
"Are you sure you're black? Black people don't do such"
"What the fuck happens here, why the water not dragging her off the fall?"
"My clumsy, height fearing self would slip over the edge and die. I applaud your bravery. Beautiful pic"
In other Briefly.co.za news, As South Africa celebrates New Year's eve, many people have taken to the internet to reflect on the year and how they will be moving forward. Former Miss South Africa and current Miss Univers, Zozibini Tunzi is one of them.
The Eastern Cape beauty recently headed to Twitter to share her thoughts and feels of a new year dawning. In her tweet, she reminds everyone that they are still alive and well. She also encourages them to hold on as the tough year is nearly behind them.
"And after everything, we are grateful for breath in our bodies. Inhale it's the final stretch," she wrote.
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