- Sandile Fuba took to Twitter to celebrate his year of love with his equally handsome husband
- Sandile tagged his husband, @Redwaan_91, in the four-picture post he shared to the social networking site
- South Africans felt a bit of envy at their beautiful love and the stunning wedding images shared by Sandile
Sandile Fuba is a young man in love. He shared four images of himself with his bae to Twitter with the caption reading: "We celebrated love." The couple got married in late November and shared the images online.
The images shared by Sandile seem to be from their wedding and reception. The couple are dressed in western clothing with traditional accessories in some pics and are clothed from head to toe in traditional wear in one of the images.
Sandile tagged his husband, @Redwaan_91 in the adorable post. The couple received tons of love, light and blessings from proud South Africans in the replies section.
Take a look at Sandile's tweet below:
Below are just a few of the positive responses he received:
"Absolutely beautiful, congratulations."
"Bro its the dad being so proud for me."
"This is so beautiful."
"Absolutely beautiful guys."
@Nadine_Chashe quote tweeted with:
"This made me smile."
@CulpritEnter responded with:
"Ok, y'all didn’t have to come on here and look this fabulous for no reason now. Congratulations."
"Can I have a Xhosa wedding as well please Lord?"
"Wuuu this is beautiful. I like the pictures. Wishing you a healthy relationship... May unconditional love be the foundation. Nibahle."
"I still get goosebumps when I see your pictures."
"Love is beautiful bafwethu."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the couple after they got married. The adorable couple's pics won the hearts of Twitter users who celebrated their happiness. He simply captioned his pictures with the following:
"I married my best friend last Friday #xhosa #traditionalart #GaySA #InterracialLove"
Mzansi loved the adorable pics that accompanied his post. Some people were not happy with the couple but a lot of people came out in support and told them to ignore the haters.
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