Kareem & Williams: Man Proposes to His Baby Mama with Stunning Ring

Kareem & Williams: Man Proposes to His Baby Mama with Stunning Ring

- A video of a young man proposing to his baby mama has been shared on social media

- The man named Kareem is seen in the video on his left knee as he puts a ring on his girlfriend, Amalj Williams' finger

- The romantic video has gathered tons of congratulatory messages on social media

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A young man left his girlfriend overwhelmed with emotions as he proposed marriage to her with a stunning engagement ring in a video on social media.

The romantic and emotional moment of the young man, simply identified as Kareem proposing to his girlfriend, Amalj Williams, plays out beautifully in the video.

In the video clip, Kareem could be seen on his left knee holding the luxurious engagement ring encrusted with stunning stones as Amalj Williams seems overwhelmed with emotions.

Kareem & Williams: Man proposes to his baby mama with stunning ring in romantic video
Kareem & Williams: Man proposes to his baby mama with a stunning ring in a romantic video. Image: crabbimedia
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As the video clip of the couple's romantic moment unfolds distance away from a huge waterfall, a scene shows Kareem taking out the ring while gesturing to Williams to offer him her hands.

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Kareem gently slides the beautiful ring on her hands, leaving her in tears of joy.

The loved-up duo shared their joy with their baby and a family member as a lady could be heard cheering them and showing the face of the couple's baby in the video, averring that Kareem and Willaims are set to tie the knot.

Watch the video below.

In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported a multi-talented Ghanaian artisan, Bernard Nii Nartey, has been creating beautiful furniture and sound systems from used car tyres and other sustainable materials.

Nartey, 35, has become a forerunner in his field because of his unique and viable creations made from used tyres.

His furniture label, Nat Recycle Centre converts used tyres into impressive and sustainable furniture for home and office use.

In similar news, Rasta may just have some serious competition in the form of a talented young lady that was able to draw him perfectly with a pencil and not just that, she also "fixed" a painting that he did of SA actress Connie Ferguson.

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Heading to the popular app, Twitter, the young lady's friend, @KG_NORTHERN, shared a picture of the exceptionally well-done drawing that she had recently done. In the caption, he also praises the young lady for her stellar drawing skills.

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