Some Strong Black Matrimony-dom: Wedding Photo Goes Viral After Hubby Posts Up Tribute To Wife With Vitiligo

- By Bossip Staff


We love it that this beautiful photo of Brandon and Nicole Wylie is changing the way people view vitiligo. The couple became an inspiration to thousands of people after their Facebook photo went viral across the web.

The Wylies shared their story with Black And Married With Kids :

Photos don’t go viral as often, but over the last few weeks a beautiful wedding photo has done just that. This photo belongs to Nicole and Brandon Wylie, who recently celebrated their 6th year wedding anniversary

BMWK: First, I want to thank you both for sharing your story. We were excited to hear from Nicole. Can you share with us what happened when you posted the wedding picture on Facebook recently? Nicole, you posted it right?

Nicole: Well, Actually, both of us posted it.

Brandon: So, we were at dinner celebrating our 6 year wedding anniversary and I was looking across the table over a bucket of crab legs just gazing into her eyes and I thought to myself, let me update my Facebook page with a picture of my boo. I said alright I’ll change my background picture. When I did that, didn’t think anything of it. That’s all I did and I showed it to her and said remember this? And she goes “ahhh” while she’s cracking the crab legs and the juice hit me in the eye. So I started crying cause the crab juice hit me in the eye.

Brandon: By the time we got home that evening we literally had about 700 likes. I said what is going on. She doesn’t know 700 people.

Nicole: Whatever.

Brandon: I’m like babe this thing is growing. Then it’s like over 1.4k. I’m like what! Before that night was over, the first night, the picture on my page got to about 3,000 likes, the first night. The first 6 hours of the posting.

BMWK: Okay, I found that to be so interesting. What were the other sites it was posted to?

Nicole: There were several sites. First, I was taken back by how many people liked the picture. When I looked at other sites, I was then like wow. A lot of people were making comments. Some were nice, like congratulations. Others were more like, he married her despite how she looks. Just a little unsettling, some of them. As if I was unworthy to marry. I would spend nights looking at the comments to see what people were saying.

Brandon: There were comments from across the world. There were some in Arabic, Spanish, Chinese.

Hit the flip for more on their experience and how they met, along with more photos

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