Every young lady harbors the secret desire to one day become engaged, and in the world of Morden, if and when that day finally arrives, the happy couple is sure to document the event with photographs for the purpose of bragging rights, in addition to sharing them with their friends, family members, and, of course, on social media.
And just recently, a woman did exactly that, claiming that her boyfriend had just popped the question when she shared a purported image of her hand sporting a beautiful wedding ring on Twitter. She claimed that the image was evidence that her boyfriend had just proposed.
Twitter detectives, on the other hand, conducted research and found that she had really been lying. They pointed out that the woman in the ring appears to have a lighter complexion than the one in her profile photo. This was evidence that she had lied.
And the genuine woman who owns the ring in the photo remarked on it, accusing the other woman of lying by using her hand, which had everyone in the comments section laughing out loud. On social media, a user who goes by the moniker "dele @ DeleBadBoy" felt compelled to tell other people about this website.
At approximately 10:04 a.m. local time on the 29th of July, 2022, and I captioned it "Caught live and in HD."
Immediately capturing the attention of a large number of people, this tweet has received a substantial number of retweets (234), likes (308), and quote tweets (15) up to this point.
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