- A man with the handle @iKingMillie on Twitter has married his childhood friend in America
- They first became friends when they were children and he was an orange seller whose peeling skill attracted her
- Many years after, the man shared their love story on the platform as people congratulated them
Stories like the one a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @iKingMillie shared are the reasons why people say love is a very beautiful adventure.
In a tweet that has seen gone viral on the micro-messaging platform, the man said that he met his beautiful heartthrob when he was an orange seller.
As a child then, he said that the girl thought he knew how to peel oranges with a touch of creativity.
His perceived skill drew her in and they became friends. Years after on Thursday, September 10, they got married in the US.
@iKingMillie shared pictures that somewhat summarised their relationship journey. In the first frame, they appear like a boyfriend and girlfriend.
The subsequent photos he shared showed them holding up their marriage certificate in America as they smiled beautifully.
See his tweets below:
Many who commented on his tweet were not only wowed, they also had very interesting things to say. As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 2,000 retweets with hundreds of quoted responses.
Below are people's responses to his posts:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier Sphamandla Wiseman Ndabezitha, the petrol attendant who was given only R20 for a R210 fuel bill, has been blessed by South Africans.
Ndabezitha was the victim of a cruel prank that left social media users furious. Now, Saffas have already donated R15 000 to Ndabezitha and Nedbank vowed to match the total amount.
In other news, a local woman has had social media buzzing after she took to Twitter to share two screenshots of two different conversations with both her boyfriend and her male bestie. In the texts, the lady tells the bf and the bestie how she just got stuck.
"Babe, my car broke down in the middle of nowhere, I'm so scared," she wrote in one text to both the boyfriend and to the bestie.
The responses from the two differed vastly, somewhat proving the point for some woman that "male besties" are not only important to have, but some times better to have than actual boyfriends, who seemingly can tend to get a little too comfortable in relationships.
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