- Twitter users were left astounded after a user posted a two-minute video of a traditional Zulu wedding
- The video has gone viral as it features a mixed-raced couple getting married in a traditional wedding in a rural area
- Peeps were beyond excited and reacted favourably to the post with many praising the man's family values
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A two-minute, 20-second video of a traditional Zulu wedding has gone viral on social media.
@BathatheP shared the video on Twitter with the caption:
“Traditional weddings are always the best.”
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The video shows the bride decked out in traditional Zulu bridal attire singing while onlookers encircle her.
She later dances around the circle toward an elder who she hands a gift and after the groom joins her in a jubilant traditional dance.
“This is the most beautiful thing I've seen today.”
“Is that Britney Spears??”
@lesedikenosi commented said:
“Usisi really tried her best shame but I was dead the moment she started singing.”
“I want me some white women, these "indoda must" just wanna man hop nje neSavana.”
"You gotta love African culture...how cool is this!"
"It made sense when I saw the groom."
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In a previous story Briefly News wrote about how love does indeed break barriers.
It doesn't make what blood, race or colour, love is unconditional and it pushes through all hurdles. Love also gives strength and courage to face hurdles that might come between couples.
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Now that we know about love, it is safe to say that, it isn't common to see African tying the knot with non Africans and same goes for other cultures.
Although, there have been times when love breaks barriers.
A Nigerian man and his Chinese lover have shown just how love breaks barriers.
The couple recently tied the knot in China.
Source: Briefly News