Valentine’s Day: Here is what the most romantic guy in the country did for his bae – Video. As usual, for some couples, the day is a chance to go above and beyond the normal gestures of love to show your loved one how much you care and appreciate them.
Valentine’s day has finally arrived, meaning all lovers around the country and around the world are painting the streets and their hearts in red!
One Zimbabwean man has given all the other lovers a literal run for heir money by his extravagant overtures towards his significant other. George ‘Jola’ Magaya literally broke the Zimbabwean Valentine’s internet after he showered his girlfriend Tamaya Lynn Betera with cute and luxurious gifts.
In a video which has since gone viral, all the gifts are displayed and we must say he went the whole nine yards.
We hate to say this gents, but you need to step up before midnight, if your girlfriends see this, you’re taking the couch or worse the doghouse for the night! Jola’s Valentine’s gift includes the big names in the fashion and beauty industry, fragrances from Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Jimmy Choo to Apple smartwatch and iPhone.
Moreover, in typical Valentine’s fashion, he added the mandatory teddy bear, chocolates and a bouquet of roses and a signed card. Still, on a row, a video clip of his gifts was accompanied by the RnB classic hit by singer Tamia ‘So Into You’ to show that he meant business.
See the video below, it will have you in your feelings
As if that wasn’t enough, he went on to share a clip of the couple’s pictures and videos showing the time they spent together.
Source – iHarare
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