- A Nigerian couple have become social media sensation following a strategy they employed at their wedding
- In the clip making the rounds, the unidentified couple provided a rubber container for packing naira notes they were sprayed at the ceremony
- The video has generated mixed reactions among social media users
A yet-to-be-identified Nigerian couple have become an instant hit on social media after a weird thing played out in their wedding ceremony.
In a video shared on Twitter by @iam_steveola it rained money at their occasion however, they gathered the naira notes they were sprayed using a rubber container.
Scenes from the clip showed the bride in a traditional attire seated as she watches two men packed the scattered notes into the container.
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It is not clear where or when the occasion held.
The clip which has been seen over 8k times stirred comments from tweeps. While some frowned at the brazen abuse of naira and show of affulence, others expressed surprise that a rubber container was used to pack the money .
"Foolishness why spraying on the floor just put the bundle inside the drum instead of punishing that bros who is picking."
"This is why Government keeps making stiffening economic policies because them think say na all of us get this money."
"Those are African customs and cultures, whats foolish about that? Do you want us to subscribe to the Mtv & Social Media doctrines then call it evolution."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a bride provided QR code so that wedding guests can 'spray' her money digitally.
The video which was sighted by Legit.ng showed that the said bride was dancing with friends and well-wishers who were transferring money supposed to be sprayed into her account through a digital process.
Spraying of naira notes during a party is a popular Nigerian culture that is used to display affluence.
The money-spraying culture often sees the legal tender abused as people on the dance floor with the celebrants walk on the notes in a deliberate and yet unconscious manner.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2