- A woman's love story has gone viral on social media as people said that her relationship happened too easily
- Months after the lady said she needed a baby on Twitter, she is now expecting and has a partner
- There were tweeps who were of the opinion that she acted too soon in committing herself to a person
A woman with the Twitter handle @giseloloya has joined the 'how it started vs how it's going' challenge on the platform to talk about how she got her heart'sdesire.
On Saturday, October 10, 2020, the woman posted that she needed a baby. Minutes after the tweet went out, a man quoted it and wrote "same".
Months after, they both got what they wanted as those tweets set on course their relationship. The second frame of the photos the woman shared shows both of them as a couple with the lady pregnant.
The whole Twitter was amazed by her love story as many wondered why some find love easily in the most unlikely manner.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her tweet has gathered more than 100,000 likes with thousands of quoted response.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Da*n less than a year? Y’all be trusting people with your WHOLE life that quick?"
"Ok so you just have to say TL sleep...and then whatever you want, ok cool. Imma try tonight."
"How are these things possible? No be this same Twitter streets we dey?"
"Some of you make this thing look so easy. My country people will stress you first."
"Really? Just like that and you bringing a life into the world?"
"God when??? Abi am I using the fake Twitter? How do you guys do these things?? I am ready oo."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young lady with the Twitter handle @AnasiaJaneaaa showed tweeps how her love story started through the DMs.
Joining the 'how it started vs how it's going' trend, the lady shared a screenshot of the chat her partner sent her before they got dating.
In the chat, without any formality, the man told her he wanted her and the lady gave him her number.
One of the four photos she posted shows her pregnant as they posed in front of their new home.
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