- A local journalist has reacted hilariously to a picture of her lookalike who is wearing the exact same dress as her
- In the picture of her lookalike, the young woman leans lovingly on the shoulder of a man who is withdrawing cash from an ATM
- Her fans and followers were left highly entertained by the Twitter post, many of them sharing funny jokes in the comment section
A beautiful Mzansi journalist, @MahleS21 has shared a hilarious reaction to a picture that was shared with her on Twitter. The follower, @MotloutsiShimmy asked her to explain what she was doing hanging on the shoulder of a man at an ATM.
@MahleS21 found the tweet absolutely hilarious, stating that even though the young lady in the ATM pic was wearing the same dress as her, it was in fact not her in the picture. She also added that it was a popular dress that many women could have bought.
"That’s not me please ...that’s a dress from Small street, I'm not the only one with it."
Her adoring fans had this to say:
"The physique... The braids... The dress..... the smile... are you sure mara?"
"This is definitely you sikubsmbile doing the ATM hustle"
"That's definitely your curves girl."
"Ke wena mo. The dress, skin colour. The curves and that body, you look together. You look the same lol."
"Tell her to turn around or we conclude it's you."
"It's definitely you mahle, you don't know yourself I'm disappointed."
"But if we are rounding off to the nearest that is you."
In other fun Briefly.co.za news, another day another fun challenge in South African Twitter streets. The lastest one sees locals heading online to share pictures of themselves which they put side by side with pictures of their parents.
The challenge saw many people comparing who each parent's child looks more like - their mom or their dad in filled up comment sections.
Briefly.co.za took some time and compiled some of the various interesting challenge participants as well as the wonderful comments they received beneath their beautiful and intriguing Twitter posts.
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