- Mihlahli Ndamase recently headed to Twitter to share a hilarious post about how creating content for social media has become dangerous
- In the hilarious post, Ndamase includes a short clip that was meant to be fire content but unfortunately gets messed up after she nearly falls
- Her many followers found it absolutely hilarious, many of them laughing heartily in the comment section
Everyone falls one time or another in their lives - and beautiful South African influencer Mihlali Ndamase is no exception. The young beauty recently headed to Twitter to share a clip of herself being refreshingly human.
And if you're wondering what makes someone refreshingly human, it's the fact that they do get tripped by invisible forces just like the rest of us. Ndamase, who was filming a clip that was meant to showcase her bomb outfit and curves, unfortunately, trips and saves herself from falling not long in the clip.
"Content is gonna kill us," she hilariously and seemingly accurately captioned the clip.
Soon the clip reached over 300 000 views. Many of her adoring fans also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"Take the shoe to Bra solly, I am sure he can fix it."
"Am disappointed in red bottoms, how on earth such expensive shoes cause an accident mara?"
"Nxese! I’m so glad you made a joke of this, such a vibe! "
"Sorry. Be glad you didn’t break a bone sis"
"Askies, a whole red bottom even"
In other hilarious Briefly.co.za news about falling, for many people, falling while on their way to work would put a big damper on their day, but not this young South African woman. She recently headed to Twitter to share a heartwarming and funny post about starting her first day as an employed woman.
@Bongs_Mahlangu happily took to the app to celebrate her first day on the job. She also added that unfortunately, she had an encounter with the ground which left her shoes very muddy - not that she let it get to her.
"As a new employee ngithi HELLO GUYS even though I fell on my way to the workplace," she wrote joyously.
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