I'm in a relationship with a woman 60 years older than me – I'm happy but people's comments about our love are BRUTAL | The Sun

A YOUNG man showed off his relationship with a woman 60 years his senior, and people were quick to make some brutal comments.

The Italian creator posted a TikTok sharing some highlights of their love, but commenters can't stop thinking about how she "could be his grandma."

Giuseppe D'anna posted a video that opens with a photo revealing the couple's differing ages.

A text overlay on a picture of the two kissing ages the young guy as 19 while the woman is 76.

D'anna went on to share photos of the two apparently on vacation and exchanging luxurious gifts.

Unsurprisingly, people were quick to share their thoughts on the taboo relationship gap in the comments.

"I think you guys took it a lil too serious when y'all said you like older girls," one user said.

Another person commented, "A whole 60 years."

One person said "Oh M Gee…" to which the original poster replied, "my love is beautiful."

Multiple people brought up another infamous TikTok couple Quran and Cheryl who also have a significant age gap.

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"Why are they multiplying?" one user asked, likely referencing Quran and Cheryl.

Some people felt that there wasn't an issue as the two are both technically adults.

"Honestly as long as they met when he was of age I don't see a problem," another person commented.

But someone else said, "I say it's better to keep these types of relationships private and not public."

Despite this request, D'anna has over 350,000 followers on TikTok and regularly posts videos of himself and his older lover.

This comes after couple Quran and Cheryl were slammed for saying that they want kids despite Cheryl's advanced age.

Cheryl & Quran

Since marrying in the fall of 2021, Cheryl and Quran are now looking to start a family.

“We got married in September 2021, and it’s been a few months since we are ready to start a family,” says Quran.

“Cheryl is 61 and has seven children and seventeen grandchildren already but we feel we deserve children of our own.

“We have tried for children but with age, we feel surrogacy or adoption would be a better option.

“We prefer surrogacy. However, we have seen a lot of people embroiled in legal complications far after the child is born.

“We are looking for a nice surrogate who is willing to sign a contract to have nothing to do with the child after its born.

“We don't want people trying to have a baby for us for financial gain, we are not that financially inclined ourselves.

“With adoption, we are looking for a biracial baby, so he would feel that we are his true parents."

Cheryl and Quran get a lot of hate on social media and it has increased a lot more since they were featured in previous news articles.

“People on social media have a lot of hate for us, they say I’m dating my grandmother,” says Quran.

“I am not, she is younger than my grandmother, we are no different from any other couple, love is love.

“We get a lot of hate but it doesn't phase us. At the end of the day, we still got each other and that's all that matters.

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“No matter what they say or do, it can hurt us. We know the stuff that they say isn't true and they believe it, we feel sorry for them.

“We're happy and no matter what they say we're not going to deflect on that.”

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