A South African man has taken to the social media to shower praises on his long time girlfriend as he made his girlfriends two while the first girlfriend accepted him and her co-girlfriend without throwing a fuss.
The South African music artiste based in the US, IMAGE, shared the loved up pictures of him and his girlfriends earlier on Wednesday morning and said her first girlfriend, Alison, is amazing for accepting him and his second girlfriend as one. "To be able to fall in love with someone that makes two people feel whole says so much about how amazing she is." - The lucky boyfriend said.
And as for Allison, she noted that it takes alot of love, communication and understanding for them to arrive at their current relationship standing.
Meanwhile, the relationship between the three people has generated mixed reactions on social media as many people are beginning to share their different opinions. While some people claim to be okay with the polygamous relationship between the guy and his girlfriends - in as much as it makes them happy - some other people expressed their displeasure with them.
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