This weekend, a gal in pink velour sweats stole our hearts with a hilarious video on TikTok, which set Twitter alight after getting shared by well-known trend blogger Bryanboy.
In a surprising twist, it seems that the viral sensation @cowgirlsosa reps the 2-1-0.
Within the video, @cowgirlsosa — a.okay.a. Isabella Sosa — flips by a transportable CD case whereas regaling the viewer with a story of a girl who refused to put on a masks inside a Walgreens, “despite the fact that it is obligatory in my county proper now.”
“She was being tremendous impolite to the worker there,” Sosa recounts, “saying ‘I need not put on one!'”
“And so one other woman within the retailer comes up and begins spraying the signature Bath & Body Works scent Warm Vanilla Sugar throughout her face and was like, ‘Bitch, I wager you want you have been carrying a masks now,'” she continues.
Breaking a small orange bottle out of her bag and exhibiting it to the digital camera in true Vanna White type, Sosa quips, “However you recognize what? I would do it once more!” At that time, she spritzes herself and begins to rock out to the Godsmack disc she throws into the automotive’s CD participant.
“And I’d do it once more, bap bap bap bap” pic.twitter.com/m3pHy7dFqt
— bryanboy (@bryanboy) June 28, 2020
Sosa’s successful mixture of sass, verve and unapologetic embrace of early aught’s type and music tastes definitely struck a nerve, as evidenced by the 10 million views of the video on Bryanboy’s tweet alone. She now has nearly 150,000 followers on TikTok and greater than 20,000 on Twitter.
And although she would not have San Antonio splashed in throughout social media bios, a fast look at Twitter is all we have to know Sosa’s one among us.
Along with anticipated tweets about the advantages of masks carrying, she shouts out native favs together with Culebra Meat Market on her feed:
im going to culebra meat market #42 y’all need somethin
— isabella sosa (@cowgirlsosa) June 30, 2020
Simply in case anybody was apprehensive she’s a problematic fav, don’t fret — she additionally participated in a latest Alamo Metropolis #BlackLivesMatter march:
— isabella sosa (@cowgirlsosa) June 29, 2020
As COVID-19 circumstances continue to spike in San Antonio, any locals not down with the masks ordinance higher look out, as a result of Sosa — and people of us impressed by her — might come for you with that Tub & Physique Works spritz.
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