- People marry for different reasons and a young man's photos with his white bride have sparked this debate on social media
- While many said the man married the woman as a way to climb the social and economic ladder, others said they would do the same thing
- Many people wondered why the young man kept a frown on a day he should be visibly happy
Two photos of a young black man and his old white lover in a wedding dress have gone viral and people are saying all sorts about them.
A Twitter user, @Emmylexxz, posted the pictures online as he hinted that the marriage could be the boy's get-away card from poverty.
In one of the snaps, the boy held his woman's hand as he looked longingly into her eyes like two people in love would do.
See the photo below:
As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has gathered over 5,000 likes with many quoted replies from many Nigerians.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Please wic site are they getting these people from abeg?"
"Congratulations to this guy o.. does she have friends?"
"Why isn't he smiling? His face is as hard as stone."
@judithkannu expressed concern over the boy's countenance:
"Why the woman come day happy pas the guy."
"I mean let's face it.... If you save 1 naira every day for a year, you won't get up to 1 dollar, technically, it's not David's fault."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified with the handle @Kaylechi_ on Twitter is over the moon as his older white lover accepted his proposal for marriage.
In a post he made on the platform on Monday, November 23, the man said that the love they have for each other is real. The attached photos showed the woman visibly happy as she held flowers.
In related news, another Nigerian man with the Twitter name Tare Brisibe got many talking on social media after he shared his wedding photo with his Romanian bride.
He titled “To have and to hold”, he shared four pictures of the bride in a beautiful print as they both wore facemasks.
Many wished the couple well. While some Nigerians suggested that the marriage could be an arranged one for citizenship, others countered, saying the man married the person his heart wanted.
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