- South Africans are sharing contrasting remarks on a photograph shared online showing a woman sitting next to a cow, indicating that she is to be a bride
- The stunning lady’s pic suggests that the groom-to-be delivered on paying lobola and plans are now in motion
- Although many argue that the guy shouldn't be proud of committing with just one cow for such a stunning lady, others have reacted positively
A stunning South African woman has taken to social media to show off her lobola payment. The image shows a beautiful lady dressed in traditional attire sitting next to a cow.
Posted by @Marothi_Vincent on Twitter, the bride’s picture has left the Mzansi digital community reacting with interest. However, some social media users are arguing that the man cannot be proud of sending just one cow for such a stunning woman.
The post had already attracted 8 000 likes and 993 retweets by the time Briefly News worked on this interesting story.
The post reads:
“Umuntu ne proof of payment.”
“Yazi this is my cousin hahaha.”
“Umuntu ne mpahla yakhe.”
“One day I will be behind the camera, capturing a picture like this.”
“My kind of guy paying.”
“No man, only one cow for such a beauty Ntate. Can you be serious, or that’s for damages?”
“POP yedeposit I guess, that can't be enough.”
“True authentic African pride hahaha.”
“Love this. Congratulations.”
Lady shares pictures of lobola negotiations and Mzansi loves it
In a beautiful story related to lobola, Briefly News reported that the process of finding love and then finally getting married to that person is wonderful.
A beautiful young South African woman recently headed online to celebrate having a successful lobola negotiation ceremony.
The heartwarming post that was made by blushing bride, @porshe418, features two snaps of herself literally blushing as she shows off her engagement ring while sitting on a floor covered in a blanket reserved for traditional brides - or makotis.
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Source: Briefly News