J'Something, is that you? SA couple's wedding photo goes viral

J'Something, is that you? SA couple's wedding photo goes viral

- A lady, Karabo A Togo, gushed about welcoming a new brother into the family

- Togo posted a photo of her relatives' wedding day and it went viral

- Many South Africans pointed out that the groom resembled J'Something

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This past weekend, two people who loved each other said their vows in front of their families and friends, promising to love each other for the rest of eternity.

However, the couple not only joined two families, they joined two cultures. A woman, Karabo A Togo, shared a heart-warming photo of the wedding couple on the #ImStaying Facebook group.

The photo shows the newly-married hubby and wife exiting the church as their friends and family await them outside.

The post was captioned:

"This past weekend we welcomed our new brother to our family. Love knows no colour, we are a rainbow nation. #ImStaying."
J'something, is that you? SA couple's wedding photo goes viral

J'something's lookalike marries stunning bride. Photo credit: Karabo A Togo/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Thousands of South Africans were in awe of the stunning couple and their beautiful wedding day. However, a handful of people could not get over how much the groom resembled SA band Mi Casa's J'Something.

Sne Khuzwayo commented:

"J'Something's brother or what?"

Lehopo Lichaba asked:

"Is he J'Something from Mi Casa?"

Michael Christoforou wrote:

"Isn’t that the guy from Mi Casa?"

Maka Luthando OkamaNgcobo Cele added:

"I thought it was J'Something the musician and Bukeka, the lady from Generations."

While the groom might look a bit like J'Something, one young girl was blessed with beauty resembling Rihanna.

Briefly.co.za previously reported RiRi set social media buzzing after she shared a photo she had spotted of a little girl who looks so much like her.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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