- A South African social media influencer recently headed online to share some exciting news
- According to her post, she has managed to amass a whopping 40k followers on her Instagram app
- Many of her fans and followers quickly headed to the comment section to congratulate her on the great milestone
While not everyone is overly bothered with social media, followers, reactions, and everything else to do with the various social media app that seems to be popping up quickly - for many it is their bread and butter. SA influencer, @Akreana is one of them.
She recently took to her Twitter page to celebrate reaching a milestone that is considered quite the achievement by many other local influencers - reaching 40 000 followers on her personal Instagram page.
"40K followers on Instagram!," she wrote happily in the heartwarmng tweet.
Her followers shared in the joy, liking the post over 1 000 times. Many of them also shared hearty congratulations messages in the comment section. Read a few of their comments below:
"Congratulations my love."
"Will be happy to get 10% of that on Twitter. Follow me."
"Make that 41k, I'm following you now."
"Congrats, more to come."
"Love to see it."
"Heyy Akreana, can you drop your IG handle. And helping us grow our Twitter accounts with commenting. Can you also do the same on Instagram."
@Ntomb_ka_mjita sadly wrote:
"And you're still not following me back babes. Was there from day one."
Briefly.co.za previously reported how the Instagram influencer, Keabetswe, @akreana_, took to Twitter to share a snap of her hair. She captioned the snap with "Natural hair". Mzansi loved what she was saying and soon many other tweeps posted pics of their own "natural" hair.
With most people claiming that if it grows out of your head it is natural while other disagreed about that. Here are some reactions from Twitter users:
@Dineo0111: "The hair is beautiful, but calling it natural Kea Hana. Chemically processed hair can't be considered natural, and I'm not fighting!"
@Nteb00geng: "Here's not beautiful natural million-dollar hair. I decide which style I want, depending on my mood."
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