- A teenage girl who goes to Curro has gained online attention for her impressive lunch meal and personality
- The private school student is seen in a TikTok video displaying her meal while her classmate was filming her
- Viewers reacted to the clip with amazement, and thousands of them thought the meal was very fancy
Student's lunch meal attracts online attention
She enthusiastically revealed that she would have mini burgers and bottled water on her lunch breaks, which was enough to get her noticed online.
The clip was uploaded on TikTok by @harps4fun, and clocked 223 000 views and over 8 000 likes.
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Netizens impressed by mini burger lunch
Viewers thought it was grand and reflected the privileged lifestyle of most kids who attend private school.
Some said they were motivated to work harder to give their children a soft life, which is depicted in the 39 seconds video.
According to Curro, parents of high school students cough up between R76 320 and R99 840 annually.
Watch the video below:
South Africans on TikTok discuss video filmed at private school
"The life I want my kids to live."
"I always wanted to go to Curro."
"Is that Curro sitari Somerset West?"
"Curro really the type of school to an actual school Thor."
"Tell that girl to wash that top."
"Her jersey dirty."
"Ngathi nisebenza ePick n Pay."
Curro Grade 2 kid speaking Setswana goes viral TikTok over ‘private school’ accent, Mzansi in tears
In another article, Briefly News reported that online users had questions about a little girl who attends Curro. Online users were convinced that the black child only knew how to speak English.
The little cutie's mum set out to prove everyone wrong. The video of the kid speaking in Setswana went viral on TikTok with over 700 000 views. In a video, a TikTok creator asked her child to prove she could talk in Setswana.
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Source: Briefly News