- A lady has shown off her creative skills as she shared photos of a bathroom she just renovated
- Many people praised the female tiler, saying she is better than many out there who shy away from work
- There were others who offered the lady some advice on how she could better in her tiling craft
A hardworking lady with the Twitter handle @HustleQueen01 has generated massive reactions online after sharing photos of the tiling work she did on a client's bathroom.
The lady said she was able to finish the work on Sunday, January 3. In a post she made on the same day, the tiler attached the 'before' and 'after' photos of the restroom.
The first and second frames show the bathroom in a very rough state while the third reveals the lady's finished work.
See her post below:
As her tweet went viral, many people came to her comment section to assess what she did. While many commended her, others said that there are still some imperfections that leave much to be desired.
Below are some of the reactions:
"I'm always a positive guy when it comes to hard work but I feel like something is missing, the finish is acceptable but not class, DM me I show you around and will help brother. Must builders lack planning & innovation when it comes to bathrooms, toilets, etc."
"Segregate the bathroom & toilet area for all your future designs to enhance privacy and hygiene."
"Why are you telling her this as if she is responsible for the design of the house."
"Good hustle but the filling is not very clean. I believe you are destined for great jobs, you will have to make some tile-laying researches to perfect your passion. Even choice & blending of tiles."
"Hey really good job here. Not sure why people are being nasty in the comments. Keep up the good work, that’s an amazing transformation."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young man honoured his adoptive mother for her unwavering support. Shlabela Moeng Kgotso is 21 years old and at the age of 10 he started living with the woman he now calls "mom".
Lindy Kgomotso Mogane was a widow at the time Shlabela moved in with her and she did everything in order to raise him.
Shlabela says Lindy took care of his needs, sent him to school, blessed him with motherly love and siblings and continues to support him even though he is an adult.
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