Valentine’s Day is already upon us and many lovers are already looking forward to make the day an unforgettable one.
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People enjoy celebrating Valentine for many reasons and a young lady has taken to social media to share why February 14, means a lot to her.
The Twitter user, Big Body Benz (@_ItsMissBre) took to the site to explain how her stepfather proved his love and affection for her mother on Valentine’s Day 20 years back.
According to the 34-year-old woman, her stepdad whom she now refers to as her dad wanted to treat her mom to a fancy dinner but she was unable to go out because she had three kids to care for and could not get a babysitter.
Her dad then paid for nice clothes for her mom as well as her hairdo. He then got nice food from a fancy restaurant then set it all on their dining table as he presented them with gifts.
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The moment was so touching that it remained in their hearts for years.
Miss Bre also added that she named her son after her stepdad to honour him.
This is such a sweet and heartwarming story.
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson, and her husband, Prince Odianosen Okojie, recently flew off to Dubai to celebrate Valentine's Day.
The Nigerian entertainment industry is an interesting one but it has seen the rise and fall of so many marriages. However, a few couples keep fans hope alive that there can be true love for celebrities.
One of such couple is Mercy Johnson and her husband.They have been able to have a happy marriage and they often find ways to spice things up. The mother of three posted a cute video of herself with her husband on a plane as she revealed that they are travelling to Dubai ahead of Valentine.
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Source: Briefly News