- South African social media users are in disbelief and divided on a post shared by a lady with her new lover, but the man in the background is the one who has attracted reactions
- @Lungie32L says she is happy and her stress levels are very low because the new lover is the best, but many believe he is quite a bit older than her
- The account holder also takes time to respond to the questions on who the man seen holding his head in the background whilst she poses with the love of her life is
Valentines Day is a thing of the past but love is in the air for a young woman who decided to brag about her new lover on social media.
@Lungie32L decided to share a snap together with the man in her life, but Mzansi social media users are amused by what they see when they zoom in on the image. Behind the two lovebirds there’s a young man at the back looking at the camera in amazement and the comments are hilarious.
Briefly News explores the reactions from the stunning lady’s followers and some have asked if she is indeed happy with the man looking a bit older than her. The lady posted a picture carrying a wonderful caption:
“The love of my heart guys angina (I don’t have) stress la (here).”
“When you are happy I am happy too, my friend.”
“The guy at the back doesn't seem that way lol. He doesn't see umuntu wakho as a competition, he's just waiting for him ukuthi alahle side.”
“Your happiness must always come first mntase.”
“Not using an old respectable man for ridiculous reasons.”
Meanwhile, Briefly News also reported on a story that we all have that inner hopeless romantic that enjoyed a good love story, and a couple on social media had fed into that.
Twitter user, @jaylabrenae shared a 20-second clip of her and her husband's whirlwind love story. The couple met in 2017, three months later @jaylabrenae found out that she was pregnant.
They then got engaged and married a mere three days later, @jaylabrenae gave birth to their son Braylon and a year later she found out she was pregnant again.
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