Man defends relationship with wife after cruel trolls say she's too hot for him

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By stefan armitage

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Are looks the ultimate measure of compatibility in a relationship?

Scott and Divine - a cross-continental couple who have been together for seven years - don't think so. Yet, their TikTok videos often draw skeptical and even cruel comments from those who think Divine is "too good-looking" for Scott. Nevertheless, the couple has vowed to ignore the hate and continue to share their secrets for a happy, enduring marriage.

Scott, hailing from Houston, Texas, and Divine, originally from the Philippines, have a love story that could rival any romantic film. As reported by the Daily Mail, they connected through Facebook, albeit accidentally. Divine initially messaged Scott, mistaking him for someone else. But destiny had other plans, and a long-distance relationship blossomed. Eventually, Divine moved to the United States, and the couple got married.

"Before I met Divine, life was pretty boring. My life was at a total standstill," Scott told the YouTube channel Truly.

The couple began sharing their love journey on TikTok in 2021. Despite earning over half a million followers and capturing the hearts of many, they also faced a barrage of negative comments. Critics accused their relationship of being a sham, often speculating that Divine was either after Scott's money or seeking a green card.

The couple has also spoken out about their secret to a strong relationship. "We talk things out, and no one leaves. We stay and grow together," they asserted in one of their videos, emphasizing the importance of open communication.

In a TikTok video racking up 14,000 views, the couple humorously listed the 'weirdest questions' they've faced, ranging from 'are you a real couple?' to queries about their sexual activity. However, they also have their share of supporters. "Wow, you are both so classy! Very nice couple indeed," commented one fan.

Divine is not as young as you might think, a fact Scott revealed with a chuckle in a TikTok video. The couple also responded to doubts about Divine's loyalty with sarcasm, thereby making light of the hate.

In summary, while Scott and Divine might be dealing with a slew of unsolicited opinions online, their love story and marital bliss speak volumes more than any nasty comment ever could. And they're certainly the ones laughing, as they now boast a whopping 338,000 YouTube subscribers and 157,000 TikTok followers - proving they've got more supporters than critics!

Featured image credit: Kobus Louw / Getty

Man defends relationship with wife after cruel trolls say she's too hot for him

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

Are looks the ultimate measure of compatibility in a relationship?

Scott and Divine - a cross-continental couple who have been together for seven years - don't think so. Yet, their TikTok videos often draw skeptical and even cruel comments from those who think Divine is "too good-looking" for Scott. Nevertheless, the couple has vowed to ignore the hate and continue to share their secrets for a happy, enduring marriage.

Scott, hailing from Houston, Texas, and Divine, originally from the Philippines, have a love story that could rival any romantic film. As reported by the Daily Mail, they connected through Facebook, albeit accidentally. Divine initially messaged Scott, mistaking him for someone else. But destiny had other plans, and a long-distance relationship blossomed. Eventually, Divine moved to the United States, and the couple got married.

"Before I met Divine, life was pretty boring. My life was at a total standstill," Scott told the YouTube channel Truly.

The couple began sharing their love journey on TikTok in 2021. Despite earning over half a million followers and capturing the hearts of many, they also faced a barrage of negative comments. Critics accused their relationship of being a sham, often speculating that Divine was either after Scott's money or seeking a green card.

The couple has also spoken out about their secret to a strong relationship. "We talk things out, and no one leaves. We stay and grow together," they asserted in one of their videos, emphasizing the importance of open communication.

In a TikTok video racking up 14,000 views, the couple humorously listed the 'weirdest questions' they've faced, ranging from 'are you a real couple?' to queries about their sexual activity. However, they also have their share of supporters. "Wow, you are both so classy! Very nice couple indeed," commented one fan.

Divine is not as young as you might think, a fact Scott revealed with a chuckle in a TikTok video. The couple also responded to doubts about Divine's loyalty with sarcasm, thereby making light of the hate.

In summary, while Scott and Divine might be dealing with a slew of unsolicited opinions online, their love story and marital bliss speak volumes more than any nasty comment ever could. And they're certainly the ones laughing, as they now boast a whopping 338,000 YouTube subscribers and 157,000 TikTok followers - proving they've got more supporters than critics!

Featured image credit: Kobus Louw / Getty