Elsa Majimbo known for her short videos where she eats crisps and makes fun of day to day situations has been featured on the new times. Elsa shot into fame during the Corona Pandemic for her theatrical reaction to the lockdown. She is also known for her controversial statement on national TV about expecting her bridge price to be 4 million. The 19 year old comes of as playful in her monologue videos that have become quite popular across Africa. She actually has a bigger fanbase in the South African online community. Through her Twitter handle @elsaangel19 she expressed her excitement at the great recognition.
Her jokes about not wanting to work, but wanting to be rich; not wanting to spend time with people, but wanting a boyfriend; not wanting to Zoom every day, but wanting to still be connected, are relatable to anyone stuck in the emotional push-and-pull of quarantine, no matter what country the viewer is living in. She has also been featured by the Guardian.
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