- A tweep revealed that two varsity students allegedly tied the knot
- She claimed the couple only dated for two weeks
- South Africans were divided on the matter and they were not afraid to give their two cents' worth
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On Wednesday, a woman took to social media to share photos of a couple getting married at home affairs.
The tweep, who goes by the Twitter handle @Yeyethu_Baballo, revealed the couple are both students at Rhodes University.
She added that they allegedly dating only two weeks before tying the knot.
Her post read:
"Rhodes students got married today after being together for two weeks."
South Africans were divided on the news - some felt that the couple was meant to be while others said they took a big step way too soon.
Twitter user, @moifo14, commented:
"They are focused I tell you! Now they will get their degrees and make money for their marriage to work."
Another tweep, @Titus_Mashala, added:
"Probably one of them got Nsfas and we know who that is most likely to be... Knowing the other gender of course."
Simphiwe Madungandaba, who goes by the Twitter handle @Simphiwe_m0, wrote:
"Is this what 2000s are doing with their freedom?"
Social media, @Blahk_Wolf, said:
"Two virgins meeting and deciding to marry before breaking their virginity...nice love story hope all the best for them in the future....#relationshipgoals."
Bianca van Wyk, @BiancavanWyk16, commented:
"If you know he or she is the one... then you just know… until you know that you actually didn't know."
The couple's wedding is not the only one that had raised eyebrows in the past.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Rose Wanjiku and John Njoroge (not their real names) met while doing shoe business and one thing led to another and before they knew it, they were already in love.
However, during family introductions, the worse happened after their parents told them to call off their relationship since they were both brother and sister. Njoroge's father had had relations with Wanjiku's mother leading to her conception, thus making them half-siblings
They were, however, oblivious of their blood relations since they had never seen each other before
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