Internet sensation Catherine Jepkemboi alias Minicheps has taken social media by storm after posting her latest masterpiece trying to imitate the viral crate challenge. The crate challenge videos have been going viral this week after different people tried walking ontop of a number of crates arranged together. The online challenge that has since been banned has however caused injuries to different individuals.
Minicheps has taken to her social media pages to post her own part of the challenge. With the caption "Crates challenge imekua ngumuuu," she is seen ontop of 'mandazis' that are assumed to represent the crates.
Having maintained his level of creativity in artwork, netizens have taken to her comment section to shower her with praises and below are some of their comments.
Fredrick Mwendo, "Fantastic."
Mpora Musa Moses, "You have taken creativity to a whole new level, Damn."
Ibsen Ke Blacks, "Pure talent."
Naomi Njuguna, "You never disappoint my girl."
Langat Jacky, "Great talent."Like, comment and follow for more updates.
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