- A young man took to Twitter to share how in love he is with his bae
- The two met on social media and have since started a blossoming relationship
- Tweeps love seeing love flourish, wishing the couple many happy days together
For this local couple, taking a chance and shooting a shot in the DMs ended in smiles. The two recently reminded Mzansi that taking a chance at finding your true love on social media can bring you the happy ending you were hoping for.
A young man, @minista_zw recently took to Twitter to share some heart-warming photos of himself and his bae looking all sorts of in love accompanied by a tear-jerkingly romantic message about how he slid into those DMs and found the love he was looking for.
His caption read:
"All I wanted was peace and stability. I found love. I love her. She is mine. It all started in the DM," he gushed.
Mzansi was here for the love, liking the post nearly 700 times. They also shared all sorts comments beneath the sugary-sweet post. While some users tried to dampen their sunshine with the usual "it will end in tears" comments, the smitten guy did not allow them to get to him.
Read their comments below.
"Please, peace and stability has not entered my DMs yet."
"Do you guys ask random people to take you pics or mofamba naye?"
"This is beautiful."
"You have found it bro. Congrats, also that stability and peace only comes when someone is mature and sure about what they want, if you are on the same page it's very easy."
In other romantic Briefly.co.za news, the Kolisis are back with yet another adorable picture, this time Siya took to Twitter to share an image of him and his gorgeous wife - Rachel. The image was uploaded to the social networking site yesterday.
The couple has been very active on social media as of late and we have been able to keep up with the Kolisis' activities during the lockdown. It has been a difficult time for most and watching their posts have put a smile on many people's faces.
Since the post's upload yesterday afternoon, it has gained over 23 000 likes and over 1 000 retweets from fans. The replies section is full of love from South African tweeps who enjoy keeping up with the family.