COVID-19: Dad allows daughter turn him to a woman with make-up
- A woman took to social media to share how she and her dad spent the 12th day in lockdown
- She posted photos of her father rocking make-up and a wig after she gave him a make-over
- The post received over 15 500 likes on Twitter and South Africans loved it
Recently. a woman, who has only been identified by her Twitter handle @spinmaps excitedly showed how she turned her father into a woman with a make-up.
The beautiful lady revealed her dad allowed her to "make him pretty" on the 12th day of the national lockdown as a result of coronavirus.
The lady akso pulled off all the stops with her father's makeup and hair.
By the time she was finished, her dad's make-up was on fleek and the wig was styled to match his glam face.
The happy daughter captioned the post: "12 days in and dad allowed me to make him pretty."
Take a look at her post below:
The post went viral, receiving thousands of reactions and even @spinmaps was surprised.
She wrote in another post: "Well this blew up unexpectedly. We were just fooling around. Thank you all so much for all the love and positive vibes.
"Lockdown has us all bored but clearly the star of my Twitter is this ausi, ngoba mina hlezi ningziba."
The post was received well and South Africans applauded the dad for being such a great sport.
Tumi Diseko, who goes by the Twitter handle @TumiD_, commented: "This post is everything!"
Sasha Beharilal, @Sashark_, wrote: "This made my day! Your dad is awesome."
Legit.ng earlier reported that President Uhuru Kenyatta had recently been on the frontline calling for an eviction moratorium while urging landlords to be tolerant with their tenants as the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak continue to bite.
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But that did not stop some landlords from kicking out their tenants as was the case of Elizabeth Akinyi, a mother of seven children who live in Nairobi’s Kayole estate.
Meanwhile, Pope Francis has paid homage to Italian priests that died while assisting coronavirus patients, during the mass of Lord's Supper at St Peter's Basilica.
More 60 priests have died in Italy while taking care of the victims of the pandemic, which is currently taking the world by storm.
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