- A young lady who clearly cradles a puzzling hatred for yellow recently made the bold statement that no one looks good while wearing the vibrant colour
- Not long thereafter, a boldly confident and beautiful woman took it upon herself to prove the yellow-hating woman wrong by sharing pics of herself looking stunning in yellow
- Mzansi was all for the lit pictures many of them sharing lovely comments in the replies section
Many people have absolutely no problem imposing their often problematic views on everyone - especially on social media where they have the luxury of concealing their true identities behind a fake name and picture - Twitter user, @@arianasugarboo is one of them.
The Ariana Grande fan account recently made a very bold statement about the colour yellow and the fact that she thought no one was able to make it look good. Read what she wrote in her controversial tweet below:
"Nobody looks good in Yellow. Nobody."
Soon a confident lady with the handle @DrMom_Cooks set out to prove the naysayer wrong by sharing lit pics of herself absolutely slaying her yellow outfits with the confidence only a queen can master.
View the thread below:
Mzansi absolutely loved it. Read a few of their comments below:
"May God let you gain more and bless you with huge wealth, May you not witness poverty and misery, May you continue to be successful. Amen! Very nice looking, Dr."
"It’s frame 2 & 3 for me Star-struck Gorg"
"Looking fabulous My Lady"
"The first frame is so pretty"
In other Briefly.co.za news, a young South African woman, Joss Sibeko recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a touching post about how she had helped a healthcare worker who was walking home using crutches.
"Guys, I had my moment today. As I was driving along the main road of the township where I stay, I drove past a lady probably in her 50s who was going the opposite direction, probably from work. Judging by the uniform she wore I assumed she's a healthcare worker. She was using crutches and looked very tired.
"In my rearview mirror, I saw her trying to stop two taxis which didn't stop. I couldn't drive any further. I made a U-turn and asked her if she would let me take her home. Turns out it wasn't even that far, it was about 10 to 12 minutes drive from where I picked her up. I dropped her at her front gate. It felt good to put a smile on someone's face. #Imstaying," she wrote.
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