- A gorgeous couple dressed in their khaki 'uniforms' has gone viral on Twitter over their cattle farming snaps
- The unidentified duo's images were shared online by popular bluebird app user @kulanicool, who appreciated their hustle
- Although many locals lived for their matching outfits, tons still questioned why they chose to wear khaki clothes
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A beautiful farming duo had their pictures taken and popular Twitter user @kulanicool shared them on Twitter. From posing with cattle to a stunning sunset image, the couple really crushed their mini-photoshoot.
Although their images quickly went viral on the bluebird app, the majority of commenters left responses about their outfits. The duo dressed in matching khaki farm clothes paired with safety boots.
The 'Boer attire' seemed to have annoyed many locals who just could not grasp why the couple chose those specific outfits. Nevertheless, the post still went viral, gaining a massive 3 400 likes on Twitter.
Check @kulanicool's post out below:
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Briefly News took to the replies section to see what Saffas are saying:
"Is it necessary to wear khaki when you are a farmer?"
@RealDMK_SA responded with:
"This is beautiful but I think it's about time we have our own African farm wear."
@Tebogo_Motlana mentioned their expensive Ankole cattle:
"I wish they knew how much Ankole bulls cost instead of bashing the uniform."
"Wow this is beautiful, may you guys be blessed with many more herd of cattle."
"The cows are well-nourished."
"This is how I want to be with my man when I find one, no lie! I will make it happen, I've always dreamed of owning a farm and honestly, it will happen just how I imagined it to be. I just gotta be more patient even when I can't..."
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In other farming news, Briefly News reported that Krila Kula is a teacher based in Eastern Cape and just like many people who are affected by the current situation influenced by the ravaging coronavirus pandemic, he decided to start a small business. Kula said he started with 50 chickens and owns 200 now.
The ambitious man headed online to share his story and he was celebrated by many locals for his brilliant move towards financial freedom. His inspirational story also grabbed the attention of Briefly News.
The Mamelodi Sundowns follower is impressed with his growth in the farming sector and we also selected a few supportive reactions from local social media users. In his words, Krila says he had to sit down and devise a plan to ensure he has food on the table.
Source: Briefly News