Son uses fake account to propose to mom; she denies hubby and kids

Son uses fake account to propose to mom; she denies hubby and kids

- A gentleman identified as Prince Max narrated how he proposed to his mother with a fake Facebook account and got her denying she had a family

- According to Prince, his mother said she had no husband or children

- Prince's post went viral and has probably landed him in derious trouble with his mother

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A popular Facebook user identified as Prince Max has narrated how he succeeded in proposing to his own mother and getting her to deny having any husband or children.

It is not clear where exactly the rather crazy incident happened but it is clear it has been a very recent story which was shared on 1 February.

Prince Max must have exercised great courage to put the story out there since his mother was certainly going to find out in one way or another.

See Prince's words in the post below:

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To make matters even worse, Prince might land in a bigger trouble owing to the fact that the post has gone wild and viral.

Within a short period of time, the story had already gathered close to 8 000 reactions on one of the largest social media platforms in the entire world.

A current search for his name and the post has yielded no result. By extension, that might mean that Prince Max has already gotten into trouble, for which reason he decided to take down both the post and his account.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported Andile Jali's wife found herself in hot water again after she posted a video on social media. The WAG posted a clip in which she was bragging about ordering her alcohol online and that she wouldn't be queuing today.

Nonhle is no stranger to putting her foot in her mouth when it comes to social media posts. The reality TV star left social media users unimpressed with her post about buying alcohol online via "E-commerce".

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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