“You Deserve It Man”: Mzansi Reacts to Guy's Proposal and Sweet Message

“You Deserve It Man”: Mzansi Reacts to Guy's Proposal and Sweet Message

- South Africans are feeling inspired by a man who just posted beautiful photos online of when he proposed marriage

- Rowan Adams shared images of him recently proposing marriage to his lovely ebony bae

- Many Mzansi social media users used the opportunity to ask Adams if he has any brothers interested in a relationship so it seems the ladies approve

- With many having congratulated Adams and his future wife, Briefly News details this beautiful story of love

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Rowan Adams is trending as an inspiration on social media after posting photos of himself proposing marriage to his stunning fiancèe. Adams says he is not really sure what he did to deserve such blessings in his life but one thing's for sure, he has influenced many South Africans.

The proud husband-to-be is set to be married in an interracial union and many in Mzansi have also shared jokes, asking if Adams has a brother.

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@rowancba’s post is receiving massive reactions on Twitter and people have shared their congratulatory messages to the young, beautiful couple.

A proud moment for Adams

South Africans are falling in love with images of Rowan Adams who just proposed to his fiancee. Image: @rowancba/Twitter
South Africans are falling in love with images of Rowan Adams who just proposed to his fiancee. Image: @rowancba/Twitter
Source: Twitter

Adams message to his future bride reads:

“Not sure what I did to deserve it but for the past couple of years I've been blessed with the most supportive, most loving and most beautiful partner I could ask for. Now I have that privilege for life.”

Inspired South Africans share their thoughts

@Dats_Alexia said:

“Aww... Where can I find a white man to marry now?”

@Dissentoppinion said:

“I don’t even date white guys but this right here is so cute, you'll look so happy.”

@KatlegoRamushu said:

“That's beautiful and congrats to both of you.”

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@Ladonyawms said:

"The engagement looks like, I can’t wait to see the wedding pics! Congratulations!”

@NerdyTalker said:

“Awww, you guys look great. In case you have a friend or brother who is single and loves pretty melanin-popping women, let me know.”

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@BezaleeAdewumi said:

“Congratulations. May your home be filled with bliss, peace, joy, sound health and prosperity. Cheers!”

@Musiwalomusiwal said:

“Wena, you deserve a land.”

When a proposal goes wrong

In other stories, Briefly News reported that a viral video currently circulating online has Mzansi asking whether public proposals really are the way to go.

@IAm_Ntsiki took to Twitter to share the gut-wrenching clip that had onlookers feeling very sorry for the rejected man.

In the video, it’s clear the man has put a lot of effort into planning the big day. A hopeful crowd and expectant onlookers gathered around as the man makes his move, slowly getting down on one knee and popping out the ring.

His lover, however, was quick to dismiss the proposal and runs away. Left alone, the inconsolable man is comforted by a long line of empathetic bystanders.

@IAm_Ntsiki captioned the post:

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''Gents would you propose in public like this? Ladies would you accept this kind of proposal or do you prefer it being done in private?''

Mzansi did not hesitate to share their thoughts on the clip and had mixed reactions to the question asked.

Check out some of their comments below: @Mercy_Made_Me:

"The way that people just started going to him really got me."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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