- For a Zambian lady named Commander Grace The Rebirth 2, gaining fame her way is through hilarious, and controversial photo poses
- It is a unique idea that has earned her over 20,000 followers but has also come with tonnes of ridicule as internet users question her sanity
- A cross-section, however, do not mind the antics and continue coming back to her page for the humour
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We are in an era where creativity, or ideas that seem to come outside the realms of normal, have turned individuals into millionaires.
This is due to the fact that the pressures of life have forced many to seek solace and venting outlets on social media, with comic relief being among the topmost sought-after content online.
With this in mind, a Zambian lady named Commander Grace The Rebirth 2 has found a way to attract a following, and it is working in her favour.
She has done so by constantly sharing photos of herself in some of the most unique and hilarious poses ever seen before, an idea that has turned her into an internet sensation.
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Reactions from social media users
Her antics have been received differently by the online community, with some urging her creativity while others castigate her for losing her mind in the name of content creation.
"You are very photogenic but you need to build your character and your composure otherwise you are losing it."
"Guys this woman needs prayers. I don't like what's happening to her."
Ofeliya Didi C Simbeye:
"You are slowing without knowing it, losing it, get help mama. I wonder people around her don't see what's happening."
People, can you just stop commenting rubbish and mind your business because she doesn't harm anyone? It's her life, she can even go without clothing if she feels like so it's okay. Let her be."
Rapping student cop brings flames to social media: "Bars for days"
Earlier, Briefly News reported that just when you thought South Africa has run out of talented individuals, Leigh-Muir Booysen pops up on TikTok. The 22-year-old traffic cop knows how to freestyle rap in the smoothest way possible.
A viral video on the popular app shows Booysen going ham on a head-bopping beat. He seems to be seated in a classroom as his classmates tune in to his rap mastering skills that came out of nowhere.
Booysen's stage name is Libo-G and he hails from Kuils River, Western Cape and shares weekly rap songs with his over 2 700 followers on TikTok.