Love is indefinite as it can spring out of the most unexpected places and time. Who would have thought that in the midst of this pandemic scare happening all over the world, love can still flourish?
Well, this is no longer something that can only happen in fairytales as that exact thing happened in a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.
Jeremy Cohen, 28, the man behind this epic love story is more than glad to share a series of photos with the rooftop girl named Tori whom he met amidst the lockdown in his city.
Jeremy first spotted the woman dancing on her rooftop on the other side of the street during the quarantine and decided he had to do something. The next day, he taped his phone number onto the drone and then flew it over to the mystery woman who later sent him a text message.
According to Daily Mail, Cohen is a freelancer who has taken portraits of music artists including singers Post Malone, Miley Cyrus, Mason Ramsey and Lizzo; and rapper Roddy Ricch which has earned him quite a lot of following on his Instagram account.
Cohen wrote via a post saying: ‘I can’t believe this actually worked and yes this is a real story. There’s going to be a part 2 in the next couple of days.’
He told the New York Post: ‘I have asked her out on a date, but we have to figure out what it will be. I have an idea but I can’t say it yet. It’s not going to be in-person.
‘I was initially worried if this was something she’d be upset about. Thank god she is totally okay with it (being posted online).’
And so, the date really went through as Cohen went out on his balcony and Tori on her rooftop. The two had a table in front of them with wine and flowers to match it like an actual date. Then, the two talked via a video call as if they were really facing each other.
In Jeremy’s latest Instagram post, he made an effort to go out of his home and go inside a huge transparent ball and meet Tori just on the other side of the street while still applying social distancing principles.
This love story is truly something out of the ordinary and will surely go down in history as one of the most iconic loves to have sprung in the midst of a pandemic.