- Rumours have been circulating on social media claiming the viral KFC couple is getting a divorce
- However, Hector and Nonhlanhla Mkansi have set the record straight and rubbished the rumours
- According to the lovebirds, their marriage is strong and they are more in love than ever
Who could forget the viral video showing Hector Mkansi proposing to his partner, Nonhlanhla, at a KFC outlet in Vereeniging?
The couple became an internet sensation and everyone from Mzansi celebs to major businesses volunteered their help to make the day special for the duo.
However, recently rumours started circulating online claiming their marriage is ending only months after a spectacular wedding.
One social media user wrote:
"That KFC couple that the whole country paid their wedding for is getting a divorce. What a waste of money, that could have gone to better use."
The tweep added she saw the news on Facebook:
However, Hector and his wifey told the Daily Sun that the claims could not be further from the truth. In fact, according to the couple, they are very happy and their marriage is strong.
Hector revealed he was shocked and confused when his wife showed him the social media posts. However, they are not allowing trolls to rob them of their joy.
"We've always known that not everyone will be happy for us, but we're going strong."
Videos and photos of their special day were shared on social media and they went viral. They were set to go to New York on their honeymoon but their plans were put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, in other news, US rapper Bun B has revealed Jay-Z's alleged insecurities over his gorgeous wife, songstress Beyoncé.
The Put It Down hitmaker has said that Jay-Z is very protective over and insecure about Beyoncé. Bun B has alleged that the hip-hop mogul kicked him and Slim Thug out of the video shoot for the song Check On It for no reason other than Beyoncé's revealing wardrobe.
Bun said his wife, Queenie, was also with him during the video shoot but Jay did not care.
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