- A woman who refers to herself as an HIV activist recently headed online to share an inspiring before and after post
- The post shows herself in 2013, admittedly a lot less stylish than her 2021 self, who simply exudes confidence
- Many loved the post and shared beautiful compliments with the South African beauty
A South African HIV activist recently headed online to share some before and after her 'glow-up' photos. In the snaps, the young lady with the Twitter handle, @Thembisile Q, admittedly looks quite beautiful back then and now.
One thing that is certain though is the fact that her style definitely evolved as her 2013 snap shows her in an unflattering skirt and T-shirt ensemble while her 2021 photo shows her exuding confidence and beauty in a pale pink jumpsuit.
Her thousands of followers were definitely appreciative of the post and made this fact known in the comment section where they shared a number of sweet compliments with the beautiful woman.
Read a few of them below:
"2013 is just poor camera quality. You were beautiful even in primary school days."
"Some Glow and some Grow and you have both."
"Please fear 2023, maybe history will repeat itself."
"The miracles that money can do."
"You gained height and complexion... What did your man feed you? Ooh Greek food!"
"Instead of ageing, you are younging."
In similar inspiring Briefly News, a young lady is making a difference in the world one informative post about living with HIV at a time. Heading online, the beautiful woman recently celebrated that her youngest child, like her two older children, has also tested negative for the virus.
"Guys my baby just did his 18-month test and he is HIV-negative. Nkosi ngiyabonga," she captioned snaps of her big and happy family.
The young woman has dedicated herself to helping people better understand that living a normal life with HIV is completely possible by sharing snaps of her family and sharing how she takes care of herself.
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Source: Briefly News