Office worker's video with her 'work husband' sends Twitter wild

A modern romance! Woman’s dancing video with her ‘work husband’ sends Twitter wild as social media users claim he is ‘clearly’ in love with her

  • Naomi Kitan, from London, posted a short clip with her ‘work husband’ to Twitter
  • The pair danced along to Young T & Bugsey’s Don’t Rush during a break at work
  • Twitter users went wild as they begged Naomi to actually marry her colleague 

A woman’s video dancing alongside her ‘work husband’ has been sending Twitter users wild as they claim he is ‘clearly’ in love with her.  

Naomi Kitan, from London, posted a short clip on Twitter which she had shared on video website Triller. 

In the ten-second-long video she danced to Young T & Bugsey’s Don’t Rush while her ‘work husband’ sat on a stool and laughed. 

The tweet quickly garnered 16,000 retweets and 127,000 likes as women fell in love with the ‘hot’ ‘work husband’ and begged her to marry him and make him her ‘home husband’ too.  

Twitter erupted after Naomi Kitan, from London, posted a short clip she had shared on video website Triller on twitter earlier today with her ‘work husband’ (pictured)

Naomi, who has the username @kitannaomi, posted the video with the caption: ‘Made my first triller ft my work husband.’ 

Many social media users claimed it was clear they were in love from the short video and should be together.

One posted a screenshot of the video where the ‘work husband’ gazed into Naomi’s eyes, adding simply: ‘This man loves you.’

Another wrote: ‘Make him your real husband.’ 

In the ten-second-long video she danced while her ‘work husband’ sat on a stool and laughed. Young T & Bugsey’s Don’t Rush played in the background

One penned: ‘I watched this so many times, y’all cute af.’

Another added: ‘”Work” husband? Man’s in love, we see it in his eyes.’

Another said: ‘Sis make it your husband husband becauseeeee’ while one penned ‘girl, if you don’t eliminate the work from that title, Imma do it for you.’

Others just wished the men in their workplaces were as attractive as Naomi’s ‘work husband’. 

The tweet quickly garnered 16,000 retweets and 127,000 likes as women fell in love with the ‘hot’ ‘work husband’ and begged her to marry him and make him her ‘home husband’ too

 

Social media users went wild over the video, with many claiming it was clear they were in love and should be together and actually get married 

One wrote: ‘They need to hire this type at my work place.’

While another added: ‘My boss needs to see this So he’ll know the type of men to employ at work.’

Another said: ‘If they hired men like this at my work I’d be on consistent maternity leave.’  

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