Mzansi Forex Trader Gifts Bae With Money Bouquet Worth R27 000, SA Ladies Green With Envy

Mzansi Forex Trader Gifts Bae With Money Bouquet Worth R27 000, SA Ladies Green With Envy

  • A popular forex trader known as Grootman surprised his girlfriend with R27 000 hard cash on her 27th birthday
  • Grootman posted a video on TikTok folding the bank notes into a neat bouquet and said it was her "birthday cake"
  • SA ladies in the comments section were green with envy and wished they had partners like Grootman
Grootman gave Gcinile R27 000
Themba Selahle gave Gcinile Thwala R27 000 as a birthday present. Image: @real_xogrootmoney
Source: TikTok

Themba Selahle also known as Grootman went all out for his girlfriend Gcinile Twala's 27th birthday.

The forex trader had rose petals spread out across their home and bought red and white roses for his special lady.

Grootman can also be seen in the TikTok video creating a custom cake for Gcilnile with R100 and R200 notes worth R27 000.

He said in the caption that it was his girlfriend's second gift and he got Gcinile's face tattooed on his arm as the first present.

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"VUKANI! It’s my baby’s birthday. Happy 27th Birthday my queen @Gcinile Twala. When I said FOREVER I meant exactly that.

Five love languages

There are five love languages:

  1. Quality time
  2. Physical touch
  3. Acts of service
  4. Receiving gifts
  5. Words of affirmation

Speaking to Briefly News, Paula Quinsee, a certified relationship therapy educator and founder of Engaged Humans, said it's important that couples know each other's love languages

"We, by default, speak our own love language, which is not necessarily our partner's love language."

Quinsee said partners may not see each other's gestures or behaviours as a form of love.

She added that learning each other's love language positively benefits the relationship.

"When you speak my love language you filling my love tank and in return I feel, special, spoilt, closer, significant and that you really care about me.It is possible to miss your partners bids for connection because one focuses on their own love language."

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SA reacts to Grootman giving Gcinile Twala R27 000 in hard cash

The ladies were beside themselves when they saw Grootman's viral video lavishing his girlfriend with money.

@luu_thereal said:

"Manifesting for me to treat my woman like Grootman."

@masalamachia posted:

"This man went to the private school of romance."

@trudyz3 stated:

"She's never too excited for these things, she's used to it."

@neelogracious commented:

"For the fact that the child will grow in a lovely environment. God bless them more."

@ayanda_33 mentioned:

"Groot money is the man of the match. Give this man some bells."

@brian_mrekza202 added:

"A true definition of a caring heart, cheers to more blessings my brother."

@____anne1 shared:

"Resqueezeng in mo industring. We also want to be spoiled and be loved loudly hle. "

@idknqobile said:

"This is beautiful Grootman but this ain't 27 thousand."

EFF leader Julius Malema is a hopeless romantic: He penned a sweet message to his wife on her birthday

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In another story, Briefly News reported that EFF leader Julius Malema might look tough and talk a big game, but he is a softie and a hopeless romantic. His mushy side came out on his wife's birthday when he wrote her a sweet message on her on social media.

It is often those who look the toughest on the outside who are actually the softest inside. Juju packs a punch, but not when it comes to his wife.

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Source: Briefly News

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Hilary Sekgota (Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content) Hilary Sekgota is the Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content at Briefly News. She completed a BA in Communication Science from Unisa in 2018 and a Diploma in Journalism from Varsity College in 2010. She also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Hilary joined the Briefly News team in 2022 and started her journalism career at Tshwane Sun. She has 12 years of experience covering current affairs and human interest topics. Email:

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Paula Quinsee (Certified Relationship Therapy Educator and founder of Engaged Humans) Paula Quinsee is the founder of Engaged Humans, facilitating connection between individuals and organisations to create a more human-connected world. She is a certified Imago Relationship Therapy educator and facilitator, NLP practitioner, PDA analyst, coach and trainer. Paula is also the author of two self-help guides - Embracing Conflict and Embracing No - as well as an international speaker, advocate for mental health and activist for gender-based violence.

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