- An heartwarming clip of a young girl and her friends doing a performance before asking another girl to be her girlfriend has gone viral
- In the clip, the group can be seen singing and dancing when the suitor holds up a sign asking her classmate to date her
- Tweeps reacted warmly to the clip, calling it very adorable
A beautiful clip of school kids working together to help one of them, @boitytong, ask her school crush out has gone viral. In the clip, the girls all sing and dance together before Boitytong holds up a poster asking her crush, Katlego Mkalipi, to be her girlfriend.
In the clip that was uploaded by the now taken young schoolgirl, @KatlegoMkalipi, the performance proves to work out exceptionally well as the two lovebirds end up hugging each other warmly while the rest of the classmates "oooh" and "aaaaw" in the background.
The young girl took to Twitter with the clip explaining that she is no longer available as she could not resist saying no after that beautiful proposal. Read what she had to say below.
"Got cuffed by my crush and officially left the streets this morning ❤️ I love you @boitytong."
Meanwhile, Twitter users took to the comments section with teary-eyes, gushing over the amount of romance displayed in the heartwarming video. Many of them wished to have similar things happen to them. Read their comments below.
"OMG this is so cute.'
"This made me soo happy, congrats to yall."
"I just hmmm... I'm not gonna cry"
In other adorable love stories, Briefly.co.za reported, ever heard of misfortunes are blessings in disguise? Well, if you have then you will understand some things you expected the least, may be the same things that can give you all your desired happiness.
So, is the story of how the love between a Ugandan man named Aaron Musoba and his boo Beatrice Nambi was initiated and brewed, leading to marriage. It all started with Aaron using his sister's wedding photo as his WhatsApp profile photo.
As fate would have it, he was randomly added to a WhatsApp group where he kept entertaining members with a daily devotion. He did this for a while until it came to Beatrice's attention in 2016, when she duly thought it wise to reach out to Aaron to thank him for tirelessly sharing devotions.
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