- A young lady has left many on social with mixed feelings after setting her sculpture on fire and watched as it burned
- She said she had mistakenly broken the nose of the candle sculpture and decided to destroy it completely
- Many thought the pictures capturing the stages of the burning sculpture will make a good album cover
PAY ATTENTION: Over the years, we have impacted so many lives together. Each time we uncovered a story of misfortune or injustice, viewers from across the world rallied in support – we gathered funds for education, housing and food for the heroes of our stories. Right now, we wish to focus our help on the Children of Calabar. Help us change more lives – support us on Patreon.
A Twitter user has sparked massive reactions and social media engagement adter carrying a weird act on her sculpture.
The lady @kaitlynxwallace took to Twitter to share photos of an amazing female sculpture but was being burnt by a candle lit on it.
From her account, @laitlynxwallace said she had accidentally broken the nose of the female sculpture she made using candles and thought it best to light it up.
"Accidentally broke her nose so I decided to light her to see how she burns."
As of time of making this report, her tweet had garnered over 467k love reactions and multiple comments.
Legit.ng compiled some comments that followed the post:
"So you just gonna stand there and watch her burn?"
"I am just wondering why you said "light her to see how she burns" in that creepy, sadistic voice?
"It honestly made me a little uncomfortable."
"this looks SO cool,,, looks like it has a deep meaning like a burning heart or sumn."
"That is such a beautiful candle, so beautiful I would not have burned it..."
Pretty lady shows off the big and shiny tomatoes she harvested from her farm after 4 months, stirs reactions
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man made a beautiful woman sculpture from rock.
Photos of the masterpiece went viral on Twitter on Thursday, February 18 and got massive reactions. Sharing the images, a Twitter user @Hangwela wrote: "Some people are talented."
In the images, the man whose identity is still unknown as of the time of filing this report started with making cracks (in the first frame) on a rock with what appears to be an axe.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2