Love on the ‘Gram

  • TECH
  • Sunday, 07 Jul 2019

Behind a woman’s nicely-shot photos is most likely an Instagram husband. —

When content creator Farhanah Firdaus and lawyer Afif Che Had went on their first date in 2016, she decided to stop by a 7-Eleven first. She led him to the magazine section in the convenience store so she can show him an article that was published recently.

“There was an article about me and I wanted to use it to explain to him what I do as an online content creator,” Farhanah, 25, said.

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