- A TikTok video capturing a sweet cultural practice by a lovely has social media users ready to get married
- It shows a humble makoti, dressed in traditional attire, humbly offering water to her Zulu husband
- Viewers in the comments loved the heartwarming scene and some expressed curiosity about the cultural act
A TikTok video spotlighted a heartwarming gesture between a Makoti and her Zulu husband.
Dressed in traditional clothing and draped in a blanket, the wife took a humble approach to offer her husband water to wash his hands before a meal.
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The TikTok video struck a chord with many who appreciate the couple's commitment to preserving cultural practices while navigating modern married life.
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The wholesome footage uploaded by @princekmza has clocked 260,000 views and 16,000 likes on social media.
Question about cultural practice
Netizens raised questions about the cultural practice. They were curious about the frequency of such acts and asked if was a daily ritual.
The makoti stepped in to answer, explaining that while it's not compulsory, she practices it occasionally.
Watch the video below:
Netizens admire married couple
Netizens filled the comments section with admiration for the newly married couple.
"My cousin likes saying: 'God, make sure that I don't die without having a Zulu surname.'"
"Love this. Congratulations guys."
"This is so beautiful, but I have one question. For how long should I kneel? Is it forever or when I get old I will stand?"
"Nabahle, this video is giving me goosebumps, it's like I know you.Congratulations guys."
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"I also want a Zulu man this is the cutest thing ever."
"Yanong do you have to kneel forever when you give him food?"
"Naze nabahle nabusiseka young couple stay blessed. ❤️"
Xhosa makoti’s TikTok video reveals daily duties
In another article, Briefly News reported that in the rural Eastern Cape, a Xhosa makoti showcases her daily duties in a revealing TikTok video.
The TikTok user shared that her life is a testament to the hard work and dedication expected of a young wife in the Xhosa culture. In a video shared on social media, the new bride begins at the crack of dawn, with her alarm ringing at 4 am.
Source: Briefly News