- A woman, @ayeezuss, revealed it was recently 16 years since her grandfather passed away
- She shared a screenshot of her grandmother's WhatsApp story on the anniversary of her granddad's death and it broke Mzansi tweeps' hearts
- The post had Saffas believing in true love as the gogo's touching message went viral
For many people nowadays, a partner is someone you can replace. Divorce rates are reaching higher and higher numbers each year and it led many to believe soulmates do not exist.
However, one granny just showed Mzansi what unconditional, true love looks like. A woman, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @ayeezuss, shared a screenshot of her grandmother's WhatsApp status in honour of her late hubby.
She revealed that 16 years after her grandad died, her granny is still in love with her soulmate. The gogo posted a snap of herself and her late partner side by side and wrote:
"Missing you my dearest husband. Today is truly filled with memories of happiness, tears and birthday celebrations that we shared throughout the years.
"I miss you. If I will live my life a thousand times, I will wish that you will be my husband each time. Oh what a wonderful husband... I miss you so much."
@ayeezuss captioned the screenshot:
"My granny's WhatsApp story. My Grandad passes away in 2004, 16 years later my gran is still so in love."
Take a look at the post below:
The post went viral on Mzansi social media, gathering thousands of reactions and Saffas were emotional over the true love.
Vhuhwavho Maudu, who goes by the Twitter handle @vdmaudu, commented:
"When she said 'oh what a wonderful husband' I felt that."
Another tweep, @U_Siphoz, added:
"16 years and the love is still strong. Talk about a soulmate."
Social media user, @SherzTsephe, wrote:
"Oh man I always pray for this kind of love."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported a couple that had been married for a whole amazing 53 years died minutes after each other.
They spent quite some time in their last moments being together as they had been throughout life. Nurses joined Curtis and Betty's units so they could be close to each other.
Curtis Tarpley, and his wife, Betty, died from coronavirus within an hour from each other while holding hands.
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