If you are reading this, then you are in for some good news. But we do not know how the news will turn out, if the girl will accept his proposal or not.
An unidentified young man was in for a surprise today as he too was planning to surprise his girlfriend.
He was in a jewelry store to buy an engagement ring for his girlfriend, after he choose a ring and was about to make the payments for the ring, a legendary basketball player Shack O'Neal offered his card to pay for the ring. The video has gone viral as ESPN posted it on their verified social media accounts.
The young man was so happy ad took a photo with him. The ring must have been expensive for a multi millionaire like Shack O'Neal to enter that particular jewelry store or offer to pay for the young mans wedding ring.
Our only hope now is that the young man's girlfriend will accept his marriage proposal and that the viral video will not spoil the engagement if it was a planned to be a surprise.
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