#KFCProposal: Couple showered with gifts after proposing at KFC restaurant
A couple in South Africa caught the attention of many after a video of their proposal inside a Kentucky Fried Chicken(KFC) restaurant went viral on social media.
In the video, the man goes down on one knee to propose to the lady as other diners rejoice and capture the moment on their phones.
”Mzansi please help us find this beautiful couple,” the KFC urged on their Twitter handle also sweetening the deal by promising a gift for anyone who would find the couple.
BBC reports that other individuals and organizations also volunteered to assist the couple with their wedding preparations, offering free services on the big day.
Audi South Africa,the country distributor for the luxury carmaker hinted at offering transportation for the couple to their honeymoon destination.
The Standard Bank of South Africa even offered to clear any debts the couple may have up to 300,000 Rands(about Ksh.2 million). The bank further promised to wipe off the couple’s debts if they banked with them.
Popular Nigerian artiste Jidenna also offered two VIP tickets to a concert in South Africa where he is expected to perform on the 24th of November 2019.
We didn’t want to steal the happy couple’s shine but since some of you have asked, we’d like to offer them a clean slate.
— Standard Bank SA (@StandardBankZA) November 8, 2019
Ayyy congratulations to the lovely couple. I know you’re breathing easy. Wanna gift you guys two VIP tickets to the Africans Unite Concert on November 24 in South Africa. #AfricansUnite #KFCProposal #KFCWedding @KFCSA https://t.co/4sjTKDK5mp pic.twitter.com/cuyHL2Ahjq
— Jidenna (@Jidenna) November 8, 2019
Other individuals also offered to cater for the couple’s entertainment and honeymoon costs among other services.
The couple known as Bhut’ Hector and Nonhlanhla expressed their gratitude saying: ”Thank you South Africa. Your kindness has truly warmed us. We would have never imagined that our love story would have touched so many of you.”
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