- Michael and Tracey lived in different continents when they first started dating
- The pair communicated through videos, audios and calls before finally meeting
- At some point, Tracy was thrown off by the distance between them but she chose to work it out
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US singer Omarion was smart enough when he sang “So much distance between us.”
His song is somehow dedicated to lovebirds who are forced to build a strong relationship while they are miles apart. Luckily, true love always wins.
Michael Muyanja and his wife Tracey met back in April 2018 through a beautiful thing called a dating up.
Michael’s cousin introduced him to the world of digital dating and that one action gave him the love of his life.
The Ugandan man started talking to his beautiful love interest who got even more enchanting by the day.
They spoke via Whatsapp and would often shift between audio and video calls.
At first, Tracy was thrown off by how far Michael was. Her heart temporarily felt like the distance between them was unbearable.
But she loved how gentle, sweet, thoughtful and caring he was so Tracy gave it a shot…and it was worth it.
"The first video call made me very nervous but I fought through because we each wanted to see the other live, away from doing videos and sending them to one another.”
Finally, the pair ended up tying the knot on February 12, 2021, and it is an event that will forever be etched in their minds.
Pictures of the newlyweds were posted on Instagram by @instablog9ja and sighted by Legit.ng.
Young men have been walking down the aisle with older lovers in recent times as they believe that age is just a number in relationships.
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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