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Celebrities Gush Over Tumi Links and Cashflow Ngcobo’s Lavish Engagement Party

Celebrities Gush Over Tumi Links and Cashflow Ngcobo’s Lavish Engagement Party. The boyfriends marathons are up and running well this year. We all know that when it comes to this department, Lerato Kganyago’s man Thami Ndlala is the undisputed King. From an epic surprise engagement to hiring the FNB stadium for Valentines Day celebration, Ndlala is the man many women wish they had. He spoils Lerato rotten with the most thoughtful romantic gesture.

He is not the only one though, as we always see the likes of Shona Ferguson, TT Mbha and many others do wonderful things for their women. One of the biggest contenders to look out for is definitely Cashflow Ngcobo, who recently engaged Tumi Links. The successful businessman and public figure put out all the stops, to make sure that his surprise engagement to the love of his life becomes the talk of town for a very long time. Tumi Links, who is an award-winning Instagram influencer, stylist and model regards this as the happiest day of her life.

Held at Four Seasons Hotel in Westcliff, the all white party was something of a dream. Cashflow showed his love for the finer things in life when a plane banner flew past the group of people with the words β€œ will you marry me” were plastered on it. He then got down on one knee and proposed with a ring that is definitely as expensive as his taste. The couple both took to their individual Instagram pages to share beautifully captioned pictures of their special day.

Among the A-list guests who graced the occasion were Connie Ferguson, Shauwn Mkhize, Sophie Lichaba, Lasizwe, Thick Leeyonce and Ayanda Ncwana. All of these celebs and many others also took to social media to show the rest of the world what really went down. Congratulations are in order to the beautiful couple who finally got back together, and are now taking things to the next level.

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