– @melanin__aries, a Ghanaian lady who stays in the United Kingdom, has joined the ‘how it started vs how it’s going’ trend with amazing photos
– The lady shared how she lost a whopping 30kg from 100.2kg in just a space of 7 months
– The Law graduate now gives weight loss tips to interest people on her Instagram account
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A lady from Ghanaian descent who lives in the United Kingdom has shared her amazing weight loss journey that is causing a great stir and warming many hearts on social media.
Beginning with a photo taken in her closet showing the full mass of her body, the beautiful lady identified with the handle @melanin_aries, showed how her belly fat burned massively just over a few months.
According to the young lady who is a graduate of Law, she lost a whopping 30kg in just seven months as she reduced from 100.2kg to 70kg.
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Check out more photos of the lady below:
Before and after photos in a similar red dress
A thread of videos and photos from the beautiful lady’s Instagram handle, giving priceless tips regarding her weight loss journey
@melanin_aries flaunting her new slim body in an outdoor setting
Another beautiful collage showing @melanin_aries’s transition over seven months
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that, for iPhone enthusiasts, every new release comes with amazing and better features to improve the customer experience on the device.
For the rest, however, all they see is the same old thing with just a few tweaks here and there to ensure that they keep their customers in check and ready to spend.
This was the same reaction from netizens who saw no difference with the new iPhone 12 released on Tuesday, October 13, with many joking it was not worth their kidney.
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Some even compared the new iPhone’s design to that of the iPhone 5 which was released way back in 2012.
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