- A pretty Nigerian lady, Becky, has taken to Twitter to flaunt her natural hair's growth and people were amazed
- In making the showoff, the young lady asked tweeps what they prefer between the hair being packed or in afro
- Many people said they love both styles as they drooled over her natural beauty
A Nigerian lady identified as Becky on Twitter has become famous after she flaunted her natural hair, saying she is modelling fashion in the 1960's.
In her tweet on Monday, February 1, the lady posted two photos that have the hair in afro and packed styles, prompting people to choose one.
Many tweeps adored her hair, saying it makes her look so beautiful despite the fact that they are not enhanced with attachments.
There were people who wondered about the haircare routine she is on which has nourished its growth into the present level.
See her tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, her tweet has gathered hundreds of comments from her followers.
Below are some of the reactions:
"But this babe fine Sha."
"If only I could marry her."
"I see a beautiful black skinned woman."
"Please what do you use to make your hair like that in the second frame I can't get this hair to get down like that."
"When will my hair reach this level? Hair breakage no gree me see clear."
"You’re beautiful on both."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @adannaadaka 'tensioned' many others with her braided hair.
A check on the lady's page showed that she used to have a very low hair mass. Many people thronged to her comment section to praise the hair.
Tweeps said that with her really long hair, she should entirely avoid taking public motorcycles as a means of transportation because her braids could easily get stuck in between the wheels.
"Wow!! She's beautiful and natural. You're single?"
"I wanted to DM before I saw that wizkid follows her. Ah, this one na Oga own o."
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Source: Briefly News