- Time and time again, J’Something proves that he is the king of romance
- While he and his wife like to remain out of the public eye, the muso is not shy to tell the whole world about his love for her
- In a post on social media, the artist credited his wife with being one of the biggest inspirations in his life
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J’Something and his wifey, Coco have been serving Mzansi some serious couple goals ever since they began dating and out of the blue, the muso took some time out to thank his bae for always being by his side.
While the couple tend to keep their private life out of the spotlight, J’Something loves to take any chance he can to gush about how lucky he is to be with Coco.
Briefly.co.za learned that recently, the Micasa frontman took to Instagram to tell his wife that she is one of the biggest inspirations in his life.
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J’Something poured his heart out to his missus and even began quoting some of his wedding vows which he believes ring true every day.
Since tying the knot in 2015, the couple seems to fall deeper in love with one another every single day.
In a previous swoon-worthy message to his wifey, J’Something gushed over Coco by saying that he is blessed beyond measure.
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It hasn’t always been smooth sailing for the couple, they’ve had to overcome their fair share of obstacles in order for them to be together.
When J’Something arrived in Mzansi, he needed to brush up on his English as well as learn about the traditions of Coco’s family in order to win them over. If that’s not true love, then who knows what is.
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