Saturday, December 18, 2010

Actor Tuvi James marries South African.


 
Tuvi and his new bride, Tshimologo, who have been dating since they met at the Big Brother Africa party, have quietly married. The actor married the South African, who he calls 'the love of my life' in SA a few weeks back.

11 comments:

Gabriel Ugoala said...

Hmmm,she is pretty,i guess she saw him @ last year's Big Brother Africa and decided they must hook up(just saying ooo)but i heard women from all over the world,south Africa included have a thing for Nigerian Men,lol.

Anonymous said...

@gabriel,its cos our men take shit from them period!!!!

Uche said...

I'm just happy for them. To Tuvi and Tshimologo, may your union be blessed.

posh said...

Beautiful couple, may GOD bless their union

Anonymous said...

why r people complaining abt nigeria girls gettin married 2 white men,when d guys r marryin foreigners e.g kelvin of big brother,now its tuvi,r we goin 2 marry ourself.

Nigerian Film and TV Addict said...

i've been around south africans and i guess tuvi knows about his wife well enough, cuz most of them r alike (in a bad way).

CC said...

Tuvi is a bloody nuisance

funmilicious said...

abeg tuvi ur wife is older than u if it was a naija babe u wont marry her.....my father said ...my mother said... is wot u ll be hearing.anyway congrat just hope u dont catch her doing it wit ur best friend cos thats wot SA girls r knwn for

Anonymous said...

wao..she looks older than him tho....

Precious said...

Seriously Funmilicious, all South African girls? How many do u know? Not nice to generalize, so gbo.

Dlapikin said...

He is one very poor actor...
Gabriela i'm not nigerian and i don't have a thing for nigerian men even if Ihave nothing against them. From my experience, nigerian men like women from other places a little bit more because ( and I'm speaking in a general manner)according to my nigerian friends who all happen to be guys,nigerian females are too high maintenance, they are all about what car you are driving, what brands you are wearing and have gotten a little bit over the top with the shallow attitude.It is refreshing to be around females who don't have to have a brazilian weave, who don't have to wear luxury they cannot afford or who do not only talk to you based on their estimate of how much you can drop on them.
On the other hand, nigerian guys spend more on their women than other Africans which makes it a win-win altough their idea of a woman's place is outdated and most women from other cultures can't cope with that long enough.