- @MsMabala on Twitter shared a sweet post in honour of her bae who really does the most
- @MsMabala's man went over to her house to cook a meal and present solutions for the issues she was facing
- South African women are advising her to keep her man while SA men are telling her that his actions are normal
@MsMabala had many SA woman "sbwling" her relationship after she shared how her man treats her. According to her tweet, @MsMabala's bae went over to her house and not only cooked a meal but also helped her find solutions to problems she was facing
She stated that she is beyond grateful for her man and added that he is a "man with a plan". The young lady's tweet gained over 1 500 likes and almost 200 quote and retweets on the social networking site.
Many South Africans commended her bae for putting in the effort to keep his relationship.
Read @MsMabala's tweet below:
Below are just a few of the responses she received:
"Lol, dude, good men are generally very important."
"It's standard, he probably does that for his sister, mother brother and others too. You just feel special cause it's the first time he did it for you. Anyway, at least he's not useless."
@LesolobePalesa tweeted in response:
"It's the 'presented solutions' for me."
@Lerato_Phutii responded with:
"Marry that man."
In other cute relationship news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on SA's reaction to a couple's sweet three-year anniversary picnic. Pleasure-b Plear Wabantu shared a beautiful picture of himself and his lady having a lovely picnic to Facebook's #ImStaying group.
"Love is strong yet delicate it can be broken. To truly love is to understand this and to be in love is to respect this. We met at tertiary three years back, we're now building an empire together. Happy three-year anniversary," he sweetly captioned the Facebook post.
Stayers absolutely loved it. Many of them shared their thoughts about desiring a similar relationship in the comment section while others simply congratulated the couple on three years of being together.
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Source: Briefly News