- A man treated the love of his life to a romantic lockdown dinner
- The surprise meal formed part of her birthday celebrations and the moment was caught on camera
- The video started trending via social media, but it polarised opinion
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A young man was determined not to let lockdown get him down and spoil his bae's birthday.
To celebrate the special day, he arranged a special lockdown dinner just for the two of them.
The thoughtful man not only organised the food, but even thought of the table settings and rose petals too.
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The romantic moment was caught and camera and he shared the video via his Twitter handle,
Young Sisa Ngebulana (@ApindaX).
YEN.com.gh noted that the tweet started trending, as the video approached 10 000 views.
While the heartwarming moment made many gush, others took exception to his bae not declaring her love for him.
The video can be viewed below:
YEN.com.gh highlighted some of the comments which stood out.
Khadzi (@Phumi_Dlomo) said,
"This is so beautiful and romantic."
uTeacher (@Yolanda12000) added,
"This is beautiful Apinda , your girl is Beautiful. happy Birthday Lihle."
Jr. (@dumisane) said,
"Lol so much effort for someone who can't reciprocate a simple I love you?"
Young Sisa Ngebulana (@ApindaX) responded to the negative comments:
"The amount of negativity that some people sent through has shown me that some of you have problems with seeing people happy. Selani amanzi nixole, not all of our relationships are as tragic as yours. Thanks."
YEN.com.gh previously reported that former prominent Ghanaian actress and TV presenter, Nana Ama McBrown and her husband Maxwell Mensah are one of the most famous couples in Ghana’s entertainment industry.
The seemingly inseparable pair are known to be quite private about their marriage life but not with their adorable princess, Baby Maxin. In a latest photo that has been shared online, Nana Ama McBrown and her hubby looked radiant as they posed for the camera to capture a loved-up moment.
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