After Years Of ‘burst Storm’ Public Opinion, How The Couple’s Life Is 41 Years Old Now?

Overcoming all prejudices, Hammer Axis, Aziz Ur Rehman, Paskistan is still happy to live together with each other. Ms. Nguyen Thi Hoa (born in 1955) in Dong Nai and Aziz Ur Rehman (also known as Joni, Pakistani) received special attention from the online community. The couple's marriage has caused public opinion. After 2 years of marriage, the information about the marriage of the little couple is shared on social networks

. Recently, a Youtuber visited the couple's house and revealed about the current life of the old couple. According to that, Ms. Nguyen Thi Hoa explained the cause of less sharing individuals on social networks
"I have little update the situation yourself on YouTube because many people curses, say negative things, so the commune doesn't share anything. He said he went to go to work but posted it, he said. I think you're not good, "she said, Mr. Joni was having a stable job in Ho Chi Minh City. "Evening, he made an interpreter for a daytime restaurant to teach English for children. Saturday afternoon, he will ride a motorbike from Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City to visit me and Monday will return Saigon works. I accepted to be married, they passed here to be unemployed for the first few months, I determined to raise so there was no one who owed anyone. About 1 year ago, he or gave money Let me very much. Especially, on October 20, he also changed me a shaker of 30 million
Then my birthday, he didn't forget, to buy cakes to give his wife ". Her flowers are still very warm and happy. Ms. Hoa added about his marriage point: "She didn't know that Joni was still with her longer because she was young. But where was the charm, I accept it, but I didn't force it. But feeling it cracked, wanting to go steps again, she also accepted because he was still his future. But now that phenomenon didn't happen. Happy day, happy day .

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