- Media executive, Bisi Olatilo’s son, Babajide, recently tied the knot with his fiancée
- A video of the couple trending on social media captured the moment Babajide grabbed his woman’s ‘behind’
- Nigerians on social media could not help but react to the video
Nigerian media executive, Bisi Olatilo’s son, Babajide, recently exchanged marital vows with his fiancee, Taiye Fashipe, and the couple has now become a viral internet sensation after a video from the ceremony surfaced online.
A Twitter user identified as Idris who is a friend of the groom shared a video that captured the moment Babajide got himself busy with his fiancee’s ‘behind’ while prayers were going on.
"My friend got married today... see what this mad man was doing during prayer session," Idris said as he posted the video.
Check out the video below:
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A lot of Nigerians who watched the clip found it hilarious and they were quick to pass remarks in the comment section.
"Man can't even wait till they get to the room, he wants to unleash on her from here.. The funniest part was the 'Amen' he was shouting. That killed me men..," a Twitter user said.
More tweets below:
However, some other users who reacted to video condemned Babajide’s actions and tagged it as being ‘abusive’.
Read tweets below:
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Reacting to the video, Babajide in a post shared on his Twitter page teasingly noted that he woke up to his phone blowing up from notifications on social media.
See his tweet below:
In 2017, Babajide in a Twitter post had prayed the Lord to send him a soul mate.
"Father lord, I am here again, please send me my soulmate, I don't want to play again, I am now serious in life," Babajide wrote.
See his tweet below:
Congratulations to the couple.
More photos and videos from the ceremony below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a visually-impaired Nigerian couple who went viral in the online community. The lovers got married at the Makurdi registry despite discouragement from people.
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