A young 12-year-old South African girl from the Western Cape, known as the ‘Facebook Diva’, is taking the internet by storm with her ‘Lekker Bekkie’ videos… and the good vibes she sends out are now coming right back to her!
After reporting on Logan Harnick* this morning, Daily Voice said they were inundated with offers to help the Oklahoma Street Primary School learner (who wears takkies to school because she doeesn’t have school shoes)… and so a helpline system has been set up at her school in Macassar! (*In some reports her surname is spelt Hartnick.)
Watch ‘Facebook Diva’ Logan Harnick
Logan Hartnick had us in stitches!!! So ’n bekkie moet mos jem kry!
Posted by Daily Voice on Friday, November 10, 2017
Daily Voice had tracked down Logan after three videos of her, filmed by different people in the local community, were going viral on social media.
Her stories – like about her mom and a neighbour blaming her for starting a fire at her home – had people in hysterics and everyone wondered where the “old soul in a tiny body” came from.
Logan lives with her mom and grandmother, and spends afternoons with her fruit seller and tiler dad, according to Daily Voice. (He is seen in the video below.)
Oklahoma’s Acting Principal, Jo-ann Apollis, told the newspaper that Logan has always told these “oumens stories” since Grade 1. “Logan is still a child, but she has an old soul.”
Apollis said the school has received generous offers to pay Logan’s school fees, uniform and do her hair. She also stressed how important it is that Logan is protected.
“We must not lose sight that Logan is 12-years-old, she is a child who also needs to be protected,” she said. “We are overwhelmed by the response.”
The Daily Voice tracked down Logan Harnick after mense were left guessing where this old soul in a tiny body came from.READ THE FULL STORY IN THE DAILY VOICE TOMORROW!
Posted by Daily Voice on Thursday, November 9, 2017
When your niece is actually a 40 year old clora auntie.
Posted by Kirvan Fabiané Fortuin on Monday, September 4, 2017
Daily Voice says “if anyone wants to assist and help Logan please email the school on firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 021 857 1610.”
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