- A social media user went viral yesterday for sharing what just might have been the worst case of "What I wanted versus what I got"
- The young lady had gone to a tattoo artist who promised to give her a beautiful red ink butterfly on her neck, but she went home with what looked like a scar
- Lamiez Holworthy was among the many South African's to come across the post and decided to offer the lady a free session with her artist to fix the mess
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When Lamiez Holworthy is not busy saving the kids of Tswane, she is saving tweeps from their traumatic tattoo experiences. The DJ has offered a young lady on Twitter the ultimate tattoo redo after a botched situation.
Radio personality Lamiez Holworthy is well-known for her ink. The DJ prides herself on the collection of art she has gathered on her skin, so much so that she hosted a feature called Tattoed Tuesdays on Metro FM.
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Yesterday Twitter was set alight by an emotional young lady who shared her botched tattoo story. The "What I wanted vs what I got" photos made waves around on the internet as peeps hearts bled for the woman named Onke.
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While many cackled at her pain, Lamiez Holworthy chose to cry with her. The tattoo connoisseur decided to extend Onke a gesture of kindness as opposed to joining in on the laughter.
Lamiez Holworthy honoured at the South African Heroine Awards
Briefly News reported Lamiez Holworthy has been recognised as a South African heroine for her commendable work housing orphaned children through her foundation. The DJ's heart has been warmed by the award, encouraging her to continue doing what she does for less fortunate children.
Lamiez Holworthy has been heading a community project to build an orphanage in Tshwane for the past few years. The kind-hearted DJ has had the help of many South Africans to help house about 30 children in need, reports IOL.
Holworthy's work has not gone unrecognised as she was awarded a South African Heroine Award for being a symbol of hope for many individuals, reports ZAlebs. Lamiez shared her honour with her followers on Instagram and thanked all parties involved for helping her make this dream a reality.
"Thank you for reminding me why I am a beacon of hope for the average child Ko Kasi. Here’s to breaking more barriers, living our best lives, and changing a life or two."