- Elsa Majimbo is making moves one publication at a time and this time round, she has been featured as the cover girl for a teen magazine in the US
- The 19-year-old shared the news with her friends, expressing how happy she was to get her first ever magazine cover
- Her fans cheered and congratulated her and wished her more wins in the future
Elsa Majimbo has not only proved that she is a chess champion, but also a boss babe who keeps making solid goals and moves one interview at a time.
Since she got her big break, the 19-year-old has been gaining international recognition despite majority of Kenyans still maintaining that she is not as funny as most people think.
The lass shared the good news with her fans, saying she was happy to be featured on the Teen Vogue magazine. This also marked her first cover on any magazine.
''My first magazine cover is with Teen Vogue! Bury me now! Look how God came through for me!'' she said.
Majimbo has been making strategic moves even as she keeps getting high key interviews with international organisations.
Recently, the star was featured on the Netflix show Strong Black Lead where she talked about her struggles of not getting worthy opportunities because of her dark skin.
The more criticism she gets the more she is making boss moves and here are some comments from her post:
''Keep winning. It is not a mistake that you are a cover girl, It is not!''
''So happy for you. Not only are you representing yourself but every young black African girl who thinks it Is impossible.''
''Beautiful although @TeenVogue next time make teens dress their age . Make them look like teenagers. The clothes and make up they did on you is a no for me . This is constructive criticism but well done Elsa proud of you.''
''Nope, you are burying the haters! Burry them all! One cover at a time. One ambassadorship at a time.''
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Beyoncé has lent her support to the victims of the fatal Texas winter storm. The US songstress announced on Friday, 19 February that her BeyGood Foundation has teamed up with Adidas and Bread of Life to assist those affected by the storm.
They are giving up to $1 000 (R14 639) to people who have been affected financially due to the storm, which has left Beyoncé's fellow Texans without food, power or water. CBS News reports that the winter storm has claimed the lives of at least 34 people, 20 of whom are Texans.
Twitter users have shared mixed reactions to the Beyoncé's good deed. A tweep @imtoomuchnigga wrote:
"Did I just read that Beyoncé is offering urgent relief to everyone affected by the winter storm in Texas and any other state? WOW! The government is down bad."
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