A woman says that she fell in love with her twin brother, had his baby aged 17 and married him.
The woman, who goes by the username duhh.itzz.lexy on TikTok and appears to be called Lexy, shared a video which she says tells the story of how she fell in love with her twin brother.
Her profile appears to show several videos with the man she claims is her twin brother, although he is not named at any point.
In the short video, the pair can be seen kissing and cuddling several times and a young girl, apparently the couple's daughter, is also seen.
But Lexy's TikTok has caused quite a stir on the social media platform and have even led to them receiving vile death threats.
The post details how the pair, who appear to be from Kenya, were reportedly disowned by their loved ones after going public with their relationship.
They say that no one turned up at their wedding, but that they still tied the knot anyway.
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The TikTok adds that Lexy got pregnant when she was 17 and the pair are reported to now have a child together.
Posting a video about their romance on TikTok, Lexy wrote: "How my Twin Brother and I fell in Love.
"We had a connection since were born, then we realized we were meant for each other.
"Our parents and friends disowned us, they said it was a sin and we got kicked out.
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"We moved out and stuck together.
"Our love grew stronger. We didn't give up on each other.
"He proposed and we got married but no one came to our wedding, we got married regardless.
"I got pregnant at 17 and we gat a baby girl.
"Please Don't Judge, that's our story.
"I hope our love lasts forever."
Fellow TikTok users reacted in disgust to the video.
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One user wrote: "If its true, ur [sic] parents fault thou,nd they will be accountable for it.
"For u guyz. They suppose bury you alive,or poison you two to death."
Undeterred by the threats, and those disapproving of the alleged relationship, Lexy replied to the vile comment by saying: "As I said guys I'll tell the whole story on my YouTube account no amount of hate will change my mind."
Another user wrote: "U coming here to announce rubbish like this.
"Go for prayers you both are cursed twins."
"You people are confused," a third person wrote.
Lexy has promised to give her followers the full story of the couple's romance on her YouTube page, although no video had been posted by the account, named Life with The Chiweru's, at the time of writing.
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