Couple with a 37 YEAR age gap who are a TikTok sensation insist their love is real

A couple with a 37-year age gap have become a TikTok sensation thanks to their dancing videos – and insist their love is genuine. 

Quran, a US-based 23-year-old who goes by the username @ttvleolove_3, regularly shares videos of himself and his 60-year-old ‘girlfriend’ Cheryl grooving away to rap and R&B hits.

In a recent video, watched 3.7 million times, the pair respond to the question ‘do your family approve y’all dating?’ with a united ‘yeah’, and reveal that Cheryl’s children – who are all older than Quran – are happy for them. They also regularly refer to themselves as ‘couple goals’. 

Despite cute clips of them kissing and cuddling, the couple – who regularly notch up millions of views between them – often receive a string of negative comments from trolls suggesting their romance is a sham.

A US-based couple with a 37 year age gap have become a TikTok sensation thanks to their dancing videos - and insist their love is genuine

A US-based couple with a 37 year age gap have become a TikTok sensation thanks to their dancing videos - and insist their love is genuine

A US-based couple with a 37 year age gap have become a TikTok sensation thanks to their dancing videos – and insist their love is genuine

The man of the US-based duo, Quran, a 23-year-old who goes by the username @ttvleolove_3, regularly shares videos of him and his 60-year-old 'girlfriend' Cheryl kissing and cuddling - as well as dancing

The man of the US-based duo, Quran, a 23-year-old who goes by the username @ttvleolove_3, regularly shares videos of him and his 60-year-old 'girlfriend' Cheryl kissing and cuddling - as well as dancing

The man of the US-based duo, Quran, a 23-year-old who goes by the username @ttvleolove_3, regularly shares videos of him and his 60-year-old ‘girlfriend’ Cheryl kissing and cuddling – as well as dancing

Others leave cruel remarks about Cheryl’s appearance, shaming her ‘wrinkly’ face, asking if she has any teeth, and suggesting she looks more like Quran’s grandmother, while some claim he must only be with her because she’s ‘rich’.

Cheryl, who goes by the TikTok username @oliver6060 and openly states that she has an eating disorder, recently hit out at haters in an Instagram live.

‘You don’t judge a book by its cover,’ she said. ‘People are too farfetched, they say stupid immaterial s***, but what i say back to that is, you can’t judge us.

‘Looks have nothing to do with it, we’re given our looks, how can we help what we look like? The best thing is our heart. 

In a recent video, watched 3.7 million times, the pair respond to the question 'do your family approve y'all dating?' with a united 'yeah', and reveal that Cheryl's children - who are all older than Quran - are happy for them

In a recent video, watched 3.7 million times, the pair respond to the question 'do your family approve y'all dating?' with a united 'yeah', and reveal that Cheryl's children - who are all older than Quran - are happy for them

In a recent video, watched 3.7 million times, the pair respond to the question 'do your family approve y'all dating?' with a united 'yeah', and reveal that Cheryl's children - who are all older than Quran - are happy for them

In a recent video, watched 3.7 million times, the pair respond to the question 'do your family approve y'all dating?' with a united 'yeah', and reveal that Cheryl's children - who are all older than Quran - are happy for them

In a recent video, watched 3.7 million times, the pair respond to the question ‘do your family approve y’all dating?’ with a united ‘yeah’, and reveal that Cheryl’s children – who are all older than Quran – are happy for them

The couple often post videos of themselves grooving away to rap and R&B hits which attract millions of views

The couple often post videos of themselves grooving away to rap and R&B hits which attract millions of views

The couple often post videos of themselves grooving away to rap and R&B hits which attract millions of views

Cheryl, who goes by the TikTok username @oliver6060 and openly states that she has an eating disorder, recently hit out at haters in an Instagram live, insisting 'age is just a number'

Cheryl, who goes by the TikTok username @oliver6060 and openly states that she has an eating disorder, recently hit out at haters in an Instagram live, insisting 'age is just a number'

Cheryl, who goes by the TikTok username @oliver6060 and openly states that she has an eating disorder, recently hit out at haters in an Instagram live, insisting ‘age is just a number’

‘I’m not doing anything wrong, we dance, we spread positive vibes, we have a lot of good things going for us, I’m not gonna let the haters win. 

‘He treats me good, I treat him good, what’s everyone concerned about?’

She added that she has an ex who is 22 years younger than her, which meant his mother was only three months her senior, but they are still close to this day.

‘Age is just a number, we can’t help who we love,’ Cheryl said. ‘It doesn’t bother us because it’s not the truth, they’re saying stupid stuff.  

Cheryl said she and Quran are just doing what makes them happy and they refuse to let the haters win

Cheryl said she and Quran are just doing what makes them happy and they refuse to let the haters win

Cheryl said she and Quran are just doing what makes them happy and they refuse to let the haters win

Despite cute clips of them kissing and cuddling, the couple - who regularly notch up millions of views between them - often receive a string of negative comments from trolls suggesting their romance is a sham

Despite cute clips of them kissing and cuddling, the couple - who regularly notch up millions of views between them - often receive a string of negative comments from trolls suggesting their romance is a sham

Despite cute clips of them kissing and cuddling, the couple – who regularly notch up millions of views between them – often receive a string of negative comments from trolls suggesting their romance is a sham

Among the negative comments are messages of support from TikTok users, who praise the duo and urge them to keep doing what makes them happy

Among the negative comments are messages of support from TikTok users, who praise the duo and urge them to keep doing what makes them happy

Among the negative comments are messages of support from TikTok users, who praise the duo and urge them to keep doing what makes them happy

Quran often posts videos and comments defending Cheryl, whom he sometimes refers to as his wife, including a video captioned ‘me defending my girl in the comments section’ which sees him chuck a broom and cup at the phone camera. 

Among the negative comments are messages of support from TikTok users, who praise the duo and urge them to keep doing what makes them happy.

One wrote: ‘People are just mean, you guys are adorable, don’t let people ruin you it’s not fun.’

Another commented: ‘So sorry y’all have to experience that kind of negativity! Y’all deserve HAPPINESS just like anyone else does! I hope y’all don’t stop doing y’all.’

And one remarked: ‘Y’all are so cute!!! I love watching you dance, please don’t stop!!! Ignore them!’

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