I Texted Him First, Refused His Proposal: Pretty Lady Shares Chat as She Weds Crush after Sliding into his DM

I Texted Him First, Refused His Proposal: Pretty Lady Shares Chat as She Weds Crush after Sliding into his DM

  • A Nigerian lady has celebrated tying the knot with the man of her dreams after they met on social media platform Facebook
  • According to the newlywed identified as Annabella Joseph, she had seen one of his posts and quickly slid into his DM
  • Describing him as her crush, Annabella hailed herself while revealing that she had initially turned down his marriage proposal

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A newly wedded Nigerian lady, Annabella Joseph, has taken to social media to celebrate the success of her holy matrimony with a man she met on Facebook.

An excited Annabella walked social media users through how they met, revealing that she made the first move by sending the man identified as David Durowaiye a private message.

Joy as bold Nigerian lady slides into her crush's DM on Facebook and marries him 6 months later
The couple met on Facebook Photo Credit: Annabella Joseph
Source: UGC

He was her crush

Narrating how their relationship started, Annabella said she had a crush on the man and messaged him after seeing a certain post he made on Facebook.

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Sharing a screenshot of their first-ever conversation as well as their wedding photos on the Facebook group Rant HQ Extension, she hailed herself for being a smart girl stating that they bonded within the shortest of time.

She had first turned down his marriage proposal

Despite David being her crush, Annabella said she had initially turned down his marriage proposal which came in less than 6 months of their physical meeting.

Annabella explained that this was because she thought things were happening so fast.

She went on to hail the man for not making fun of her for making the first move adding that their union was already destined by God.

She wrote:

"We're grateful to God for the success of the wedding ☺ ☺

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"Yes! I slid into his Dm after I saw one of his posts here, as per sharp girl I no waste time, if not that God had already destined this maybe the guy for carry me make Yeye.
"I won... We bonded within the shortest time , in less than 6 months of our meeting he asked if I was going to marry him but everything was happening too fast so I refused but here we are I WON...I'm the most happiest girl alive. Send your gifts ooooo.
"For as many that are trusting God for such blessing, the Lord will do it. Amen."

Social media reacts

Racheal Kefas opined:

"Congratulations dear, but honestly is so painful how Africans don’t see it normal for a lady to approach a guy, u will see ur crush but can’t approach him for the fear of not being taken for granted… Too bad."

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David Onah said:

"Ladies abeg it is not a crime to tell a guy you like him or you're crushing on him, the worse that can happen is that he already has a girl.. "#FeelFreeToExpressYourself
"Thank you."

Temitope Esther Kofoworade wrote:

"Congratulations to you both. I wish you marital bliss all the way. Fruitfulness on every side IJN."

Nigerian lady marries man she approached on Facebook

Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a Nigerian lady had married a man she met on Facebook.

Screenshots of their conversations on the platform shared by Instablog9ja on Instagram showed that the lady had reached out to the man first.

The courageous lady had wished the man identified as Ikeneje a happy birthday and a prosperous new year ahead.

The unidentified lady and the man would later continue chatting on the platform for a while before eventually exchanging contacts.

Source: Briefly News

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