- A video of twins who surprised their camerawoman with an iPhone 12 has gone viral on TikTok
- The twins are popular for their hilarious content on social media and wanted to show their gratitude to their assistant for her hard work
- The young woman was overjoyed with the gift and hugged the twins in appreciation
A heartwarming video of twins who gave their camerawoman an iPhone 12 has warmed hearts.
The twins, famous for their funny and creative content on social media platforms, rewarded their assistant for her dedication and loyalty.
The young woman, who has been working with the twins for a long time, was stunned and delighted when she received the brand new iPhone 12 from them.
Twins buy iPhone for camerawoman
She hugged the twins in appreciation and thanked them for their amazing gesture after Elon Musk paid Nigerian content creators on Twitter or X.
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The video, posted on TikTok, has garnered thousands of views and comments from fans who admired the twins for their generosity and kindness.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some reactions below:
"Who else was counting the shoes."
"She dey ask wella coz prank don too much for una."
@Mutimainat ibidun wrote:
"Almighty God will grant you all ur heart desires@twinzloves as U always makes people around you happy l love you guys."
"Please twinz i also need a new phone can you Surprise me too. plssssssssss."@Edo girl also commented:
"Awwwww A I wish I get friends like this."
irls thanks for her."
"More grace bby girl for surprising her tears of joy."
"Even cried for her it's lovely."
"Congratulations to you bby. I dey look for work Abeg I can do anything Una want me to do, i am serious."
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"Come and hire me too as your PA.'
Elon Musk pays Nigerian content creators
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Twitter content creators and social media influencers in Nigeria have begun receiving payments from X, formerly Twitter, via its ad revenue-sharing model.
The payment, which began in the US in July, saw Nigerian users display various sums received from the microblogging site.
The company announced the programme's extension to global users at the end of July.