- A young man has stirred massive reactions online as he honoured the memory of his late wife by visiting her grave
- Opening a bottle of wine and pouring almost everything on her grave, the man revealed he misses his wife so much
- Many people took to his comment section to commiserate with him as some said they are going through the same pain
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A young man who lost his wife to the cold hands of death made an emotional video to honour her memory.
In a TikTok video, the young man popped a wine bottle on her grave. He poured himself a glass as he rained the remaining content on her grave.
I married my best friend
In a part of the video that had the lady's picture, the man said that he really missed his wife, adding that he married his best friend.
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The widower played Lefu Le Bohloko by Tahleho Nkalai, which was their favourite song when she was alive.
Watch the clip below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"This lady was truly loved, even in death, she's still a queen."
Ramohlola Lethabo Ta said:
"She will respond and she will give you someone who will take care of you as she wished to."
"I've seen alot on tiktok but this right here brought tears to my eyes.. he still has so much love for her while @rest I can jst imagine .. respect."
"Atleast u can go 2 her grave.mine i can't even reach it,its far and family politics..I console myself cz I see him through our kids."
"Yoh my G I'm going though this rt now. I miss her so much."
How I met my wife
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Emmanuel Umaru Maigari, narrated his love story and how he met his wife in 2016 at a pharmacy he had gone shopping for drugs for his uncle.
Emmanuel said that when he got to the store, all officials were attending to other people except him as he stood for 30 minutes.
"It all started sometimes in 2016 when I went to help my uncle buy drugs for his pharmacy store, then I met this pretty lady, on reaching the pharmacy shop where I was to get the drugs, I saw all the workers busy with customers and I stood there for up to 30 minutes, after that long waiting, one of the supervisors asked her to come and attend to me..."
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