- Two married lovers have served huge relationship goal as the woman said they tied the knots a few months after becoming friends on Twitter
- People who were amazed by how fast their relationship moved wondered if they had been using the wrong app all the while
- Tweeps also congratulated the couple, wishing their new home the best things life has got to offer
A blissful woman with the Twitter handle @Raahmatuallah has rejoiced on the bird app after getting married to the love of her life.
In a post on Saturday, March 27, the happy lady revealed that they both got married after knowing each other for just eight months on Twitter.
The happy fresh wife shared photos from the wedding ceremony with her husband spotted in officer's regalia. She was styled in a beautiful traditional white wedding gown.
Many ladies are in her comment section asking when their own Twitter husbands will locate them the same way she found hers.
See her post below:
As of the time of writing this report, her post had about 12,000 likes with over 2,000 retweets. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the varied reactions below:
"@fatee_lawal we are definitely using the wrong Twitter. they are looking so masha Allah..."
"Congratulations... my twitter husband where are you?"
"Just wow. Didn't know people can date on Twitter and get married. Well congratulations married couples."
"May Allah grant you with all the happiness in this world and in the hereafter as well..HML."
"Yet, the pride in some people will never allow them to reply their DMs..."
"Congratulations, may God Almighty bless your new home."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a man who is also a pilot, Arinze Odira, shared a story that showed people can meet their love anywhere.
On Tuesday, November 2, the satisfied man said he would be getting married to the beautiful woman he met on Twitter and he regrets nothing.
He added that the person who was going to serve as his best man was also someone who he became friends with on the social media platform.
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