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Mixed Reactions As Young Lady CLAIMS She Got Admissions Into 50 American Universities

 

A young black lady with the Twitter handle @brenyyaaa has gained admission into 50 different universities.

 

In a post on Tuesday, February 9, the lady shared the news with her followers as she posed against a backdrop that has logos of the schools.

 

Twitter blew up hours after her tweet as many rushed to her comment section to congratulate her and also ask how she intends to deal with the task of choosing one from the pool of opportunities.

 

@brenyyaaa also revealed that she didn’t spend any money on applications to the schools. She tweeted;

 

hey twitter, i just wanted to let y’all know that i got accepted into 50 schools

btw i didn’t spend not one penny to pay for the applications.

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As at the time of writing this report, her tweet has gathered a lot of retweets with more than 500,000 likes.

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

@Beeseey_ said:

“These spots could have been given to someone else but nooooo you just had to.”

She replied:

“A black woman hating on another black woman during black history month… come on now.”

@IamKickz said:

“Gat da*n that’s a lot of application fees. Congrats tho.”

@damonfromchi said:

“I feel like people only apply to all these schools to boost their ego/narcissism, like why waste all that money applying to every school? For likes on Twitter?”

@KiddEnT said:

“Congratulations. I’ve never understood the significance of applying to that many schools.. I had my top choices and was set.”

@JackieDaModel said:

“Why is everyone so pressed that this girl took the time to explore every possible opportunity in a world where people receive little to no success without a fight due to systemic issues. She applied to all in hopes to get in one, don’t worry HOW she did it, worry about yourselves.”

 

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