- A Nigerian man and his lover have got people on social media talking with their adorable photos that were recently posted on Twitter
- The lovers are crazy about power bike and according to the man's friend, the duo will be walking down the aisle soon
- Nigerians flooded the comment section of the Twitter post to congratulate the lovers
A Nigerian man and his lover Lara Animashaun have inspired people on social media with their adorable loved up photos that were posted on Twitter.
A tweep with the handle @DeGentleman_ disclosed on the popular social media platform that his friend inducted his fiancee into the world of biking and now the duo are set to get married.
He shared a photo of the couple and wrote:
"That's how my guy inducted Lara into this biking business and now they're getting married. Love to see it."
Another friend of the couple took to the comment section of the post to congratulate them and also share an adorable photo.
"I watched her interview one time. Congratulations Lara."
"I want to be inducted too abeg. God bless them."
"Congratulations to them. This is beautiful."
"Wonderful! Who wants to practice biking with me?"
Briefly News previously reported that a Johannesburg lawyer has Mzansi's hearts melting after sharing a beautiful snap from his recent lobola negotiations.
@Nape_MM posted the adorable images which have since gone viral on social media. The regal black and white pics had the young lovebirds looking like absolute African royalty. They stand hands locked with their heads bowed, probably while a nearby relative blesses the union.
"So me and my Bubu made it official this weekend. The uncles sealed the deal" Bra Nape heartily captioned the post.
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that as beautiful as South Africa is, our young democracy still holds a deeply problematic history of apartheid. One beautiful interracial couple is reminding Mzansi of how far we've come since '94, sharing stunning snaps of their beautiful traditional wedding.
The images were shared by Facebook user Tyson Moondley, who claims not to know the sweet lovebirds personally but was inspired after finding the images on social media.
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