- A man, @TeflonDonRossay, bought a stunning oval-shaped diamond ring to propose to his girlfriend
- However, she refused the proposal and left @TeflonDonRossay heartbroken
- Instead of selling the ring, the man decided to wear it himself
A man, identified as @TeflonDonRossay, shared online how he reacted after his girlfriend said no to his proposal.
The tweep posted a photo of his hand and he was seen sporting a stunning diamond ring. He revealed that he decided to wear the ring after his bae said no to his proposal.
He captioned the photo:
"She said no so I am wearing my sh*t."
Take a look at the post below:
The post caught the attention of thousands of South Africans who were both heartbroken for @TeflonDonRossay and amused by his post.
Musa Modisakeng, who goes by the Twitter handle @ModisakengMusa, commented:
"Now it's yours, wear it with pride, you married yourself... It's called self-love!"
Another tweep, @SiyaMtitshana, added:
"There’s plenty sea in the fish my guy, keep moving."
However, @TeflonDonRossay appears to be over his girlfriend and he offered it to any lady who is available.
"If you want the ring you must be a prepared Makoti, this ring needs a wife. And just know that I am 24 years old."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a ‘drunk in love’ couple expressed their love in an amazing way that affirms their affection for each other.
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In a video that has been widely circulated on social media, a voice that appears to be that of a man is heard rendering accolades on his girlfriend while spraying bundles of GHC50 (N3,346.29) notes on her. The short video opens with a pretty lady sleeping, or perhaps, having her beauty nap.
The boyfriend's pleasant words of affirmation about his love for her can be heard while he drops bundles of cash on her while she sleeps.
In the clip, the man also claims that he has purchased a luxury Range Rover car for his girlfriend, which he says is parked outside their house.
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