A couple hit back at trolls who judged their relationship because of their 37-year age gap.
Cheryl McGregor, a grandmother-of-17, first met her now-husband Quran when he was 15 years old.
They fell in love with each other in 2012 – when he turned 23.
Despite the negative comments they received over the years, the couple continue to talk about their romance on social media and update fans on their daily life.
In one post, the 61-year-old social media star brushing off the hate comments.
On TikTok, she responded to keyboard warriors who said: "You married your grandma", "You're a fossil", "Y'all should break up", "This is sick", "He's using you", "This is necrophilia," and "You should get Botox."
Quran also mentioned on his account that he will "choose (his) wife over (his) family any day".
The couple married on September 3 and they streamed their wedding on TikTok to their viewers.
Quran first met Cheryl when he was working at a fast food restaurant run by Cheryl's son Chris but they fell out of contact.
But in November 2020, he was lucky to have met her working as a cashier and they connected on a more "spiritual level".
They officially became a couple last April, with Quran popping the big question just three months later at an Olive Garden restaurant. The ring he picked out for Cheryl cost $3,000 (£2,200).
"I was extremely nervous before and I tried my best to keep my composure but I was crying as soon as we entered the parking lot," he said.
Some of their fans showed their support, with one saying: "Here's the thing, they hate but if you two are happy and love each other, that's all that should matter! Keep doing you."
Another wrote: "If they are happy, leave them alone!"
"Love is a wonderful thing! I can't stop crying," a third added.
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