- A young man recently took to Twitter to share pictures of himself and his new wife
- In his post, he gushes that God blessed the day which on which the traditional wedding took place
- Twitter users congratulated the young man and shared many well wishes with him
A young man recently took to Twitter with some pretty exciting news. In his post, @Tsebeleke shared that he just had a very successful lobola negotiations meeting. He captioned the post, "God blessed this day."
@Tsebeleke also shared some cow emojis which helped bring the entire post into perspective, since cows were formerly used as the payment method during lobola negotiations. Along with the exciting news, he also included two beautiful pictures and his now stunning wife to be who was all dressed up in her traditional clothes.
Twitter users soon flocked to the comments section to wish the young many a happy, loving and successful marriage. Many of them could not believe the young man had found himself a wife, but also took the time to compliment her.
Here are some of their comments.
Congratulations pal. Aaah please don't forget me ka white wedding."
"You got married? I'll have to see this to believe it."
"Aww Tsebe maan, love to see so beautiful! Congrats."
"You guys look fire. Here's to many years of unity, prosperity and lots of laughter."
"Congratulations. Your wife is so beautiful."
Briefly.co.za also reported, a young SA man named Reid Smith recently took to the feel-good Facebook group ImStaying to share a few candid pictures of the absolutely stunning wedding he attended over the weekend with his fellow Stayers.
In his heartwarming ImStaying post, Reid explains how he and the groom, Paseka, had met at boarding school years ago. These days they celebrate many years of friendship and Reid even considers Paseka a brother.
"My brother Paseka's wedding day. How I love this culture, a friendship that came from a boarding school that's been ongoing up until today. Congratulations Paseka and Ofentse! #ImStaying," he wrote.
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