- A couple has become the centre of a relationship conversation on Twitter after their photos surfaced on the platform
- One of their pictures was an old one that captured an earlier time when they were still dating
- The second frame, believed to be recent, portrayed the couple in newer outfits many years after
Photos of people believed to be a couple taken years apart have stirred massive reactions on Twitter.
A user on the platform with the handle @meothmans captioned the photos as one that showed a journey that went from a place of nothing to one backed by grace.
In the first photo, the couple held each other as young couples would. The second frame shows them years later in a better social state.
While some tweeps praised the woman as a patient person for sticking with the man through thick and thin, others said they believed all they had to achieve the second photo was just a better photographer years after the first shot was taken
See the Twitter post below:
As at the time of writing this report, their photos had gathered over 36,000 likes with hundreds of comments on the bird app.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Girls of now will want to drag you from grace to grass with their Expensive life style that they can't afford. No be me and them."
"Brother, it has always been grace otherwise grace wouldn't have happened! The only difference between then and now is the physical appearance (sight)."
"There’s no grass anywhere. Grass to grace is a success story. Like being poor and then becoming rich. Both of them were never poor. It’s just camera."
"These generational babes can't do this again.... person wey him papa no fit buy suya go dey find person wey go bring d world down for her. Most of them get snr bro for house wey no fit run them just common 5k ooo. Dem go dey form.... Weldone guys God bless ur home."
"Some people are so lucky to find love unlike me, I am 28years I have never experience what it is to have a bae. I wonder how will I get married?"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a lady with the Twitter handle @_sakinah_o took to Twitter to share her wedding photos after marrying her best friend.
After posting the beautiful photos, the lady asked tweeps to point her to where people who tied the knot with their friends sign up.
The snaps documented how her traditional wedding ceremony all went. People said her wide smiles in the photos reflect her big joy.
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