Twitter was taught a thing or two about having faith, as pastor Boikanyo shared that when he decided to get married, he had R18,00 in his account but continued to plan the wedding because he had faith.
When pastor Boikanyo met Maria he left with the feeling that he had met ‘the one’, now the pair have tied the knot with the whole nation watching on OPW.
Twitter was left wondering if the couple had their own ‘special’ vocabulary as their vows included phrases like ‘you’re my night lunch’.
Despite the confusing concepts that the pastor used to describe his love in his vows, Twitter was also confused how it was possible to only have 60 guests at their wedding, when you are a pastor and the location is a ‘kasi’ (township).
As per usual practice… the memes flowed in:
— Itumeleng Suping (@SSTeD_D) July 30, 2017
— Mood swinger (@maksthaby) July 30, 2017
Today's groom was on his way to give prayer 🙏🏿 for others
and his prayers were answered♥️
Look at God bazalwane😳 pic.twitter.com/jSAevjmg8K
— 👑KING🛡🗡SAVAGE🔱 (@MrLuvo) July 30, 2017
— Gao Toolo (@JayGawza) July 31, 2017
— TEBOGO RAMASELELE (@TEBZA_R) July 30, 2017
Me trying to count the number of guests at the wedding figuring out if it's still 60. Ko kasi shemmmm pic.twitter.com/8TA3DyW1hj
— somizi somGAGA (@somizi) July 30, 2017
— Cris Cros (@Papa_Tinyiko) July 30, 2017
— De-risking (@MoMatsena) July 30, 2017