- A young lady simply identified as Maya has got social media talking with her graduation photo
- Maya, who is a computer science major, could be seen posing in front of many computers
- The young lady's graduation photo is a recreation of SZA's CTRL album cover
- Many people loved the recreated photo and left positive comments
A young lady identified on Twitter as @mayaalexus has taken to the social media platform to share an adorable graduation photo of herself posing in front of many computers.
The young lady who is a computer science major recreated SZA's CTRL album cover as she graduated from the higher institution.
Sharing the graduation photo on Twitter, she wrote:
"Since I’m a computer science major, I decided to recreate @sza CTRL album as a grad pic. Woman technologistSparkles #BlackTechTwitter #WomenWhoCode"
The adorable photo was loved by many social media users who flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on it.
"I could not love this more."
"So many screens, but you're the only frame worth watching."
"Thank you for only reusing the background! There's so much lead in those things!"
"I'm proud and I feel happy for you. All computer science did to me was ruin my ambitions. Glad there are people who did better with it."
In similar news, Briefly News reported that a local woman has gone viral after she took to Twitter to share some stunning snaps from her graduation ceremony. @Kgvthxtso_22 has since garnered more than 20k likes for her post and Mzansi can't help but celebrate along with the gorgeous engineering graduate.
Graduation season is in full force and our proud students have unavoidably taken to flexing on our timeline. Today we're celebrating some serious black girl magic as Twitter user @Kgvthxtso_22 demonstrates brains and beauty are in fact not mutually exclusive characteristics in Mzansi's young ladies.
Briefly News took a look at some of our favourite reactions to the merry post.
"I am here for this. Congratulations baby girl!!"
"@LindiweSisuluSA can you include her to work with Cubans so she gains experience?? Thank you."
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