Women who met online 2 years ago finally meet: "Our friendship is real"

Women who met online 2 years ago finally meet: "Our friendship is real"

- Missy Lala and Unathi Nkosi met on a WhatsApp cooking group which soon became a social group

- The two women hit off and were quickly very good friends, recently they had the opportunity to meet each other in person

- It proved what they already knew, their friendship is real and Facebook users were thrilled with the two women

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Missy Lala took to Facebook and posted her amazing story in the #ImStaying group. She reveals that she met Unathi Nkosi online through a WhatsApp cooking group.

They hit it off and the cooking group soon became a social group. After two years the women have finally met each other in person.

Briefly.co.za learned that their meeting confirmed what they already knew, their friendship is real. Missy said that she is blessed to have a friend and sister like Unathi.

"So we met in 2016 on Facebook. We became friends and sisters. The WhatsApp group was for created for cooking. We ended up making it a social group. We met for the first time today and no one believes us the laughter and joy we had to seeing each other.
"Our friendship is real. When I am down and out she jumps in and saves the day. She's Zulu, I'm Tswana. #We'reStaying. Unathi Nkosi babes, I am blessed to have a friend and a sister like you."

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Women who met online 2 years ago finally meet "Our friendship is real"

Missy Lala and Unathi Nkosi friendship may have started online but it is very real. Photo credit: @Missy Lala
Source: Facebook

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Facebook users were thrilled for the two friends and showered them with compliments:

Xolelwa Mapukata:

"Am so jealous. In a good way though. I love a good connection."

Nombulelo Gugu Masoso:

"I need this kind of relationship, someone who will understand me better."

Windy Rangwetsi:

"Your love for good things was not made in the factor but, in heaven. There are still more miracles to loom out of that..."

Zamanyambose Sigauke:

"I love you both, I can imagine having a non-stop laughter, love the feeling."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Lebo George Molaolwa took to Facebook to share a throwback video to his graduation day.

In the video, Molaolwa's friends can be seen celebrating his Master's graduation with him. The group of friends danced in a parking lot to celebrate the amazing achievement and they served up some major squad goals.

He captioned the post:

"This is how your squad should pull through for you! A young throwie #TBT MSc. Grads day. #graduation #graduate #masters #geology #hydrogeology #scientist"

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Gloria Ngubeni uploaded an amazing video to Facebook which show two friends flexing their awesome dance moves.

The two boys are responsibly wearing their face masks as they 'bust' their moves, showing an impressive range of choreography.

Briefly.co.za noticed that they must have rehearsed quite a bit as the pull off some tricky dance moves with ease and grace.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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