Man who met his wife on Twitter is encouraging guys to not give up on onine love.
Ever come across a cheesy chat-up line in your DM that makes you blush but your ego won’t let you respond to it?
Yes, that is a real-life example of the perils one faces when a dating app match slides into your DM and as such, disillusionment in this new swipe-addicted culture is rife.
In this fast-paced world where self-esteem eroders such as ghosting, orbiting and the internet reigns, it is easy to find a match.
But a match that will last forever? It’s tough out there but that is not putting singletons off in taking a gamble on a digitally induced relationship just like Ghanian man identified as Alex Opoku Zintin did.
The father of one took to Twitter on Sunday, April 26, to gush about his wife who was turning 24-years-old and did not shy away from reminding his follower that he had met on Twitter.
From DM to getting married to building a family . Happy birthday to my beautiful Alexia🎈❤️. I love you! 🎉 pic.twitter.com/1s8zjyzbvq
— AlexZintin (@zintin73) April 26, 2020
According to Zintin, he met his wife Alexia Opoku after he slid into her DM and slowly they fell in love and eventually got married after several months of dating.
So today is our first year anniversary. We have been blessed with Alexandria within the year and I’m grateful to God. But I can not stop saying there is love here on Twitter because I got my joy from here.
Screenshots of first ever messages exchanged between the love birds shared by Tin showed Alexa lived in the United States while he lived in Ghana.
So today is our first year anniversary. We’ve been blessed with Alexandria within the year and I’m grateful to God🙏🏻. But i can’t stop saying there’s love here on Twitter cos I got my joy from here @Twitter . Lol. Happy Anniversary to us🎊🎊. Wish us more love pls❤️🤗 pic.twitter.com/IZumAN97x5
— AlexZintin (@zintin73) June 20, 2019
To convince her that he was determined to be her happily ever after, he boarded a plane to visit Alexia in the US after she turned down his request to visit him in Ghana.
Alexia also tweeted:
Thanks to Twitter, I found and got married to my soulmate.
Zintin took it upon himself to always remind tweeps seeking love on the platform not to give up in their search. The two love birds have an adorable baby girl together. Sure love does exist on the streets of Twitter.