Corona couldn't stop this interracial couple from saying "I do"

Corona couldn't stop this interracial couple from saying "I do"

- A local man has taken to popular Facebook group #I'mStaying to share candid pictures of his interracial wedding

- Musa Manzi, who captioned his post, 'Love always wins', also said that Covid-19, technical difficulties or cultural differences could not stop him from marrying his best friend

- His heartwarming post captured the hearts of thousands who had nothing but well wishes for the beautiful couple

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Another beautiful Mzansi wedding took place recently. With Covid-19 wreaking havoc on everything in our lives, it's really amazing to see that South Africans are not allowing the virus to completely stop life from happening.

A young man, Musa Manzi, and his new bride are just one example of a couple who decided to go ahead and ring those wedding bells amidst the Covid chaos. Musa took to Facebook group #I'mStaying to share pictures of himself and his beautiful wife at their lovely wedding.

The pictures were accompanied by this heartfelt caption:

"Love always wins. No Covid-19, no cultural differences, and no streaming technical difficulties could stop me from marrying my dream girl and best friend this weekend. We are finally married."
Not even corona could stop this man from tying the knot with his best friend

A beautiful interracial Mzansi couple said "I do" this weekend. Source: Facebook / Musa Manzi
Source: Twitter

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The tear-jerking post touched the hearts of thousands of 'Stayers' who overwhelmed it with hundreds of congratulatory messages and pieces of marriage advice for the beautiful young couple.

@YllaSentzikas said:

"My goodness, you guys make such a beautiful couple. Congratulations, wishing you many years of happiness and memory-making. Love conquers all."

@Dot Griffiths said:

"Heartiest congratulations and wishing you a wonderful marriage filled with blessings."

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In other news, a colourful picture of some women doing a traditional dance dressed in wedding attire went viral after a Twitter user @millicentmakhad posted it to her timeline.

The picture was quickly claimed by another Twitter user, @kulanicool, who pointed out that the picture was taken at his wedding and one of the ladies in the picture was his wife.

As expected, the post was followed by hundreds of comments about the well-dressed beauties. Many Twitter users, who are evidently also looking to hopefully tie the knot one day, jokingly asked about the relationship status of the bridesmaids. Others simply complained about not being invited to a special occasion.

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