- A video of a young man dancing around his bride has received some love from Twitter users
- The video shows the happy couple at a home welcoming ceremony for the young bride
- Users on Twitter applauded the young woman for resisting the urge to join her man in the dancing out of respect for her in-laws
Twitter was abuzz after a video of newly-weds went viral on the social media app. The video shows an excited young man dancing around his bride after what appears to be a recently-concluded traditional ceremony.
The young man is dancing excitedly around the young beautiful woman who is clad in traditional regalia worn by a young makoti (bride) during her welcoming at the groom's home.
The uncles, who look baffled by the young man in love's antics, can be seen watching from a distance on the couch in the background.
The young man's dancing skills are those of an amateur dancer and the smitten bride is looking at him as if she thinks she could have done way better.
Users on Twitter flooded the comments section of the video, which currently has 212 000 views and over 3 000 comments.
Women applauded the bride, who demurely held herself back. One user said she wouldn't have been able to restrain herself and would have started dancing as well.
More users reacted to the happy couple's video.
"It's nice seeing a man happy when getting married, not these ones that look like they were forced [translated]."
"Really gorgeous couple... blessings to them in their marriage."
"You can tell he is appreciated and respected by his partner."
"The bride is strong. You can see she wants to dance [translated]."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that a video posted on Facebook is receiving some love from many users across the country. The video is of a group of young men singing a melodic hymn about gender-based violence, which is an emotionally-charged topic in SA these days.
The translated lyrics of the melodic song are, "What have they done? Women are perishing."
People on Facebook love the video and have asked the young men not to stop singing, also calling on professionals to reach out and mentor them.
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