- South African social media sensation, Kulan Cool recently took to his Twitter page to celebrate his wedding anniversary
- The heartwarming post includes pictures of himself and his lovely wife and also a short clip of the wedding
- Social media users loved the post, many of them headed to the comment section to share congratulatory messages with the couple
Social media sensation @Kulani_Cool is celebrating his anniversary today, and he is doing so in style. The young man recently took to Twitter to celebrate the auspicious occasion by sharing memories in the form of pictures of the wedding day occasion.
The heartwarming post included pictures of the two of them on their special day and even a visually brilliant clip of certain aspects of the wedding.
"It's our anniversary. Happy anniversary to us my love," he captioned the beautiful Twitter post.
Social media users loved the post. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their congratulatory messages and compliments. Read a few of their comments below.
"I brought enough chairs for “I’m surprised” crew. Sit down - You can’t take a deep breath standing. Congratulations groot bro ( Kulani )"
"Wow never judge people for what they tweet. Happy anniversary bro."
"Ebanna you married kante... You sold us no more men's conference for you next year."
"I am here for all those who are surprised that Kulani is married. Happy first anniversary bhuti."
"Happy anniversary you two. Nibahle"
In similar Briefly.co.za news, Olebogeng is a stunning South African lady who felt an overwhelming sense of happiness at home. The young lady shared the most beautiful images of herself seated on a bed within her home and has since gone viral.
SAns are praising Olebogeng for not being ashamed of her home. In the background of the images, she shared to Twitter, corrugated iron in place of brick walls are visible. Naturally, there was judgement and harsh comments but South Africans were quick to run to Olebogeng's defence.
Olebogeng captioned her now-viral post with:
"Nothing (as) sweet as being home."