Woman Shows Reality Of Working In Agriculture In TikTok Video, Inspires Many Online

Woman Shows Reality Of Working In Agriculture In TikTok Video, Inspires Many Online

  • A young South African woman took to social media to share the reality of working in agriculture
  • A TikTok video shows @gorgeous_lianah 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
woman working in agriculture
A woman surprised viewers on TikTok by showcasing her life in agriculture. Image: @gorgeous_lianah
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A South African woman working in agriculture had 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.

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See her in action below:

SA inspired by agricultural queen

Netizens 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.

Mkabayi kaJama️ commented:

"Mna ngikthanda mase uyojabula ubomthinta sambe nawe syoncebeleka mtakwethu.. ."

911 commented:

"What a role model you are we thank you so much keep up the good work god bless you."

andile wrote:

"African woman so strong ❤❤❤."

Thandiswa _mbali responded:

"I'm inspired currently doing my Second year of Diploma in Agriculture ❤️."

Muzi123445 wrote:

"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 ."

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Bongani Dlamini commented:

"99% power and prosperity."

Bubbles replied:

"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 graduate becomes a fish farmer

In a related story, YEN.com.gh reported that a Nigerian graduate became a fish farmer.

The young man graduated from Abia State University, Uturu, but he now earns his living through fish farming.

He said fish farming is a lucrative business but revealed that it is capital-intensive.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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