– A young woman recently headed to Twitter to share heartwarming pics of a local grandmother and her granddaughter bonding while farming
– In the beautiful photos, the duo look stunning together while posing in a vegetable field
– While many were unconvinced that the pair were actually farming, many complimented the two of them
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A local gogo and her gorgeous granddaughter have captured the attention of over 10 000 Twitter users. This is after a woman with the Twitter handle, khikhi_Bae shared the pictures of the fantastic duo spending some time in a vegetable field.
While it is very unclear whether or not actual farming had happened when those pictures were taken – or even after for that matter – it is clear that they looked fabulous and were having the time of their lives taking some time out to pose for the beautiful pics together.
@khikhi_bae captioned the heartwarming Twitter post:
“Nihlulwa yini to bond no mamazala benu like this.”
While many locals were unconvinced that the two ladies had actually done any farming, a lot of people still loved the post. Hundreds also flocked to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below.
“She just went to Emasimini for pictures this one.”
“makeup, cleavage, weave ned for garden hhayi.”
“So y’all wake up in the morning and & put on makeup just to work in the fields.”
“This is beautiful.”
“Love to see it.”
This beautiful pic has crept into many hearts. Images: khikhi_Bae
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that a young beautiful lady toed the path that many feared as she showcased her big farmland on Twitter to the admiration of many.
The lady said that going into agriculture was the best decision she made in 2020. The female farmer asked tweeps to connect her to customers.
Also known as Mama_Organics, the lady posted four pictures that showed the expanse of her farm, telling people she supplies farm produce in bulk.
Many people praised her business sense on Twitter, telling her she made the best decision on looking for ways to make money.
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