- A lady has revealed she got a man she admired on Twitter to fall in love with her after sending him a direct message (DM)
- In the first message, she told the man directly that his photographs got her glued to his account for a long time and asked that they meet
- The gentleman was amazed by this and immediately agreed for them to have a session together and love followed thereafter
A young lady with the Twitter handle @TrueCoaster has said she got a man on the social media platform to fall in love with her after she admired him and sent a DM that captured his heart.
In a thread of photos sighted by Legit.ng on the lady's page, she added that the first message was sent a year ago.
In the first DM, she 'confessed' that she had spent an embarrassingly long time going through the gentleman's photographs and was super impressed.
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@TrueCoaster then proposed that she would love to meet the gentleman and have some photoshoot sessions with the talented photographer.
The man replied @TrueCoaster and stated that he was really excited to hear from her as no one had ever sent him such a heartwarming message.
From then on, the duo met up and started spending time together.
Recent photos shared by @TrueCoaster suggested that they are now dating.
In an equally interesting report, a young man identified on Twitter as Celebrity Lightman with the handle @pheytevan and his girlfriend @Doveletta caused a stir with a thread of photos showing their love journey.
In the post originally made by @pheytevan, four pictures were shared showing when they started dating as a young couple to how they got engaged recently.
Celebrity Lightman captioned the pictures with the heartwarming words, "God bless the day I met you," and tens of thousands of people have been reacting to it.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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