- A young couple have announced their engagement through pictures on social media
- @djmelzi (Tumelo Mphai) shared three stunning images of himself and his new fiancée to Twitter earlier today, Friday
- The replies section is filling up with various responses to the young couple's announcement, some good and some not so good
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Marriage is a wonderful thing that many people dream of. One young South African couple have taken that big step towards their future as they recently got engaged. The stunning young couple have shared their engagement photos to social media.
Twitter user and famous DJ, @djmelzi_ (Tumelo Mphai) shared images of himself and his gorgeous bride-to-be clad in traditional attire. The engagement was announced through these images and Tumelo simply captioned it: "Check her left hand."
The post was met with love and positivity from some South African tweeps as many were confused about Tumelo's new fiancée's age. Despite this, tweeps did like their wholesome post over 1 500 times.
The post was uploaded in the early hours of this morning and Tumelo tagged his new fiancée, @Thebomb_rsa (Andiswa). Take a look at his post below:
The replies section is quickly building up with various messages for the couple.
"Vele this won't last, you just doing it for clout."
"It's gonna end in tears, save this tweet."
"Can't we just be happy for young couples and stop with this bitterness? Congratulations DJ."
"This will not end well but hey who am I to judge?"
In other couple news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a woman who gushed about her partner that cooks, cleans and does the washing. A South African woman has taken to Twitter to brag about her bae and sons. @pozcandy shared three images to the social networking site depicting the men in her life doing household chores.
@pozcandy has truly left Twitter in awe. In the caption, she spoke about her partner doing the washing, cleaning and cooking. She also added that the boys in her house have the same chores as the girls. She covered their faces with emojis in the images she uploaded.
Mzansi ladies took to @pozcandy's replies section to share how they felt about her tweet. A lot of the replies included praise and congratulatory messages aimed at @pozcandy. Some people shared stories of their own.
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