24-year-old Rumesa’s height is 7 feet 0.7 inches.
Most of the people in the world are very concerned about their stature. Some are troubled because of their short height and many because of being too tall. These days the name of Rumeysa Gelgi, who lives in Turkey, suddenly came into the limelight. The length of Rumesa is about 7 feet, now seeing such a tall woman, everyone was surprised. For this reason, Rumesa’s height has got her name registered in the Guinness Book of World Records. That’s why now their discussion is happening all around.
According to a report, 24-year-old Rumesa’s height is 7 feet 0.7 inches. Actually, due to a disease, Rumesa’s name has been recorded as the tallest woman in the world. In fact, Rumesa is suffering from the genetic disorder Weaver syndrome. Because of which his height is increasing. For the first time in the year 2014, Rumesa’s name was recorded as the tallest youth. Since then, Rumesa suddenly came into the limelight. Due to this length, Rumesa has difficulty in walking.
Along with this, she moves around in a wheelchair. Not only this, an assistant is always present with Rumesa. Which helps him to move from here to there. Rumesa has had to endure a lot because of her height. From school to college, people’s taunts continued to be heard. Rumesa says that being tall also benefits her a lot. Now after being named in the Guinness Book of World Records, Rumesa looks very happy.
Let us tell you that the record of the longest man in the world is also recorded in the name of Sultan Kosen of Turkey. In the year 2018, Kosen’s height was measured at 8 feet 2.8 inches (251 cm). At the same time, the record for the tallest woman in the world is held by China’s Zeng Jinlian, who was 8 feet 1 inch (246.3 cm) before her death in 1982. But at present this record is registered in the name of Rumesa.
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