- A heartwarming TikTok video of a woman who fell in love with a mechanic and his little daughter has captured the attention of many viewers
- The video revealed how their relationship blossomed, from their romantic dates to the woman’s gesture of getting the man’s name tattooed on her hand
- The video showcased the strong bond and affection between the couple, inspiring others to believe that love is a wonderful thing
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A touching video that has gone viral on TikTok told the story of a woman who found true love with a mechanic and his adorable daughter.
The video showed their beautiful relationship, showing how they enjoy spending time together, going on fun dates and sharing sweet moments.
The woman also demonstrated her commitment and devotion to the man by tattooing his name on her hand, a permanent sign of their bond.
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Legit is yet to independently confirm the claims in the video.
Watch the video below:
Legit compiled some of the reactions below:
"Wrong move nge tattoo."
"U were coming well until a tatoo."
"I hope that Tatoo won't be changed from wizzy to wizard anytime soon. Celebrate every milestone."
"Its all good except tatto part for me."
"Those complaining about the tattoo is it in your hands let everyone do whatever they want...its a beautiful love story."
After 3 years in UK, lady returns to Nigeria for roadside mechanic Boyfriend who sponsored her
Meanwhile, Legit earlier reported that a roadside mechanic, Segun, was overwhelmed with excitement as his girlfriend, whom he sponsored to the United Kingdom, returned after three years.
TikTok content creator Theo Ayoms, who helped with the reunion, shared the heartwarming video online.
When interviewed by Theo, the mechanic confirmed that he sponsored Ngozi's master's studies in the United Kingdom, which was supposed to be completed in about a year and a few months.