- @Phillbes, a beautiful nurse on Twitter, keeps stirring massive reactions on the social media platform with her gorgeous looks
- Recent photos sighted online have gathered thousands of reactions because of her extreme beauty
- Briefly.co.zahas compiled some of the most interesting reactions to the pictures
An adorable nurse identified on Twitter as Phill with the handle @Phillbes is known for always causing a stir and melting hearts online with her breathtaking photos.
In one of such posts sighted by Briefly.co.za, the lady shared photos of herself at the workplace and when she was off duty with each of them portraying a different light of her beauty.
The post gathered massive reactions on social media as thousands of tweeps could not keep calm upon setting their eyes on the gorgeous lady.
See the post below:
See another of such posts below:
See some of the comments shared under the post below:
@ezethe3rd said the photos changed his mood for the entire day
"But why are you this beautiful?orning. You have brightened my morning.""
David Raymond could not hold himself from asking a pertinent question:
"But why are you this beautiful?"
Mr. Habeeb told David to stop asking questions and take action.
"Alaye shoot your shot and stop asking questions."
In another interesting Briefly.co.za report about a sexy medical worker, a local doctor recently gave South African women all the feels after he was pictured getting vaccinated by a local nurse. The picture of the hunky doc was shared on Facebook by a group called Colored Girls Rock.
"So this is one of our Drs who got the vaccine. I think it was in the EC. If he comes to my house just so I can see that he is ok, then I can spread the word that the vaccine is safe. Is it rude to change Drs? #LetsUseHimAsThePosterChild #BetterThanUncleCForPR."
Not too long thereafter ladies from all over Mzansi were in the comment section barely able to contain themselves from drooling over the handsome doctor. Many of them also feigned illness so that they had a reason to go see him.
Zureena Smith said:
"Lol. I happen to be Dr Adam Woodford’s hospital mother. I always have to stop the mothers of patients that he is forbidden fruit."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!