- An extremely brave South African couple shared their "wild" engagement photos to the #ImStaying group recently
- Samantha Tennent and Jason De Bruin got engaged in the company of two massive lions before posing with a cheetah
- Stayers were divided in the comments section with some commending them on their bravery and others making jokes
An amazing engagement photoshoot involving wild animals was shared to Facebook and South Africans are in awe. Samantha Tennent shared images of her engagement with Jason De Bruin to the #ImStaying Facebook group.
Jason proposed behind two lions before the newly-engaged couple posed with a cheetah. While many Stayers commended the couple on the unique engagement shoot, others thought what they did was very risky. Samantha captioned the post:
"Because where else can you get engaged surrounded by nature and the most beautiful animals. #ImStaying"
Briefly.co.za took to the comments section under the post to see what people were saying. While many made jokes about the couple's bravery, others congratulated and wished them well.
Busiswa Masebeni wrote:
"So I'm kinda obsessed with the cat family. Congratulations, this is beautiful."
Ko Ke Tso said:
"I still can't believe you were standing next to Mufasa and Simba then made it out alive. Those lions must be vegans."
Rue Mai VaMambokadzi commented:
"You are two brave lovebirds, congratulations."
Nteleki Ķamiiəy added:
"Haibo! Don't try this at home, school or anywhere."
Thamie Malambendle Mthandeki also said:
"I'm scared on your behalf, you guys are brave, congratulations."
In other engagement news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a couple who shared their stunning engagement photos. Zipho B Shobede shared the images of himself and his fiancée to Facebook group, #ImStaying.
The post quickly went viral as the images of the proposal and the heartwarming caption made its way into Stayers' hearts. Zipho proposed to his future wife on a boat as they shared champaign and laughter. Part of his caption read:
"She is a mix of colours. Help me celebrate, I will be her black Jack and she can be my coloured Rose. It's a Titanic situation but I hope she will never let me drown."
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