- A young African woman took to social media to share the reality of working in the agricultural sector
- In the TikTok video, the woman identified as @gorgeous_lianah was looking pretty before switching to a montage of clips of her working on a farm
- Many netizens were inspired by the beautiful woman's capabilities and responded to the post with positive comments
A South African woman working in agriculture has left social media users in awe of how dedicated she was to her job.
Woman goes from glam to farm
@gorgeous_lianah shared a TikTok video showing herself looking pretty in a casual and girly outfit, admitting that she only looks pretty like that 1% of the time.
The video switches to show various clips of @gorgeous_lianah hard at work in overalls and gumboots as she does various agricultural tasks like working with heavy machinery, grooming and feeding sheep and working on a farm.
See her in action below:
Netizens inspired by the agricultural queen
Internet users were inspired by the woman's ability to be in touch with her feminine side and still work a labour-intensive job. Many even referred to her as a great role model.
"What a role model you are we thank you so much keep up the good work god bless you."
"African woman so strong ❤❤❤."
Thandiswa _mbali responded:
"I'm inspired currently doing my Second year of Diploma in Agriculture ❤️."
"Wemama, ngicela ube umkami."
Nando Fabio said:
"This is a good example of working and enjoying your life."
GEBA 3 replied:
"Good hustle mama keep it up ."
Bongani Dlamini commented:
"99% power and prosperity."
"Hey mama , if you don't mind me asking, but did you study for this? Asking because I'm also interested and would like to do the same thing."
Nigerian lady impresses with her fish farming skills
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported on reactions to a short video featuring a Nigerian fish farmer interacting with fish in her pond.
In the video, the woman fearlessly stepped into the pond and effortlessly caught a fish.
The fish farmer informed Legit.ng that fish don't bite, and she has acquired numerous tactics for handling them.