A marriage proposal is usually a merry and joyous matter that most people wish or aspire for to come about in their lives. It usually signifies that a couple is in love and they are ready to take the next step in life. The mood is celebratory. Men tend to go big and women will be overjoyed when suddenly the BIG question pops out and the guy goes down on one knee or just does something incredibly romantic to sway his elegant soulmate off her feet.
One of Kenya's elite DJs, Dj Shinki, is known for his deejaying skills that have gained him a myriad of fans. In his YouTube channel, most of his mixtapes have 1 million views and counting. Earlier today, Dj Shinksi popped the question to his long-time girlfriend, Dj Mochi. Well, unfortunately, Dj Shinksi didn't give full details of how he did it. However, Dj Mochi said a resounding YES and my oh my out came this lustrous ring.
The hilarious Kalume is a radio presenter with the NRG radio station. NRG radio is famous for the likes of King Kalala and Natalie Githinji. Well, earlier today Kalume surprised her darling girlfriend with a marriage proposal which she kinda didn't see coming. Well, that didn't prevent her from accepting the proposal and a dashing, savory ring came out all gleaming and glowing. Her colleagues at work were overjoyed and they even started practicing the songs they'll dance at his wedding.
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