As a woman, and is taken to break selfies on a subway train in New York city, and since then has become a super-viral.
Even if it is a commute to work can a woman work for a solid selfie.
On Saturday night, Ben Yahr was in for the ride on the subway in New York when he was caught in a full-on selfie the show. Yahr recognized the woman in bright, eye-catching poses in the train, as well as the capture of them with the selfie timer on her cell phone.
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“This woman was giving it ALL for the selfie cam on the train, SEND it to ME,” Yahr wrote along with the video of the woman with the camera.
The almost two-minute-long recording went incredibly viral and has over 7 million views on Twitter, and the thousands of comments that the woman’s “faith.”
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In the end, the metro model itself was alerted for the cover.
While many people on Twitter have attacked Yahr for the record, as a woman, without her knowledge, and she doesn’t seem to mind.
The woman, who, like Jessica, George, tweeted on the Yahr to thank him and to share photos of the brazen shooting.
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“Thank you, sir,” she captioned the photo, along with a crying-laughing cat emoji.
The photos have been enjoyed for almost 70K times on Twitter, and it has been achieved thanks to all the people who are in touch with her after her photo shoot went viral.
“I’m overwhelmed by the kind words expressed by everyone, and I would just like to say THANK YOU to all of you. let’s spread positivity, and to continue to uplift each other,” she wrote.
They didn’t do it, if it’s shooting on the near empty train cars together, or if this was a rare occurrence.
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