- Taylor Robinson was more than thankful for her cousin who made her wedding extremely entertaining
- King Jay, the cousin, took up the role of a flower man and threw around petals of roses on the aisle before the bride walked out
- The man danced to entertain people and smiled as he went about his duties
Family over everything.
When they say blood is thicker than water, please always trust and believe them.
Why? Because family always comes through without asking too many unnecessary questions.
When Taylor Robinson was walking down the aisle in March 2021, she needed someone who would throw around rose petals.
Obviously, the usual choice would be a flower girl but this wife chose to shake things up a bit.
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So she got her male cousin King Jay to do the honours.
The music enthusiast was elated to be given the role and executed his job like a pro.
Draped in a bespoke green tuxedo, the dread-head danced through the aisle as he picked pink petals from his black belt bag.
Then, as the DJ did his thing in the background, Jay moved from side to side as he threw around the tiny petals.
The guests were entertained and loved every bit of the performance.
The groom was also in stitches and Jay found a way to be the life of the party.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian woman with the Twitter handle @Raahmatuallah rejoiced on the bird app after getting married to the love of her life.
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In a post on Saturday, March 27, the happy lady revealed that they both got married after knowing each other for just 8 months on Twitter.
The lady shared photos from the wedding ceremony with her husband spotted in officer regalia. She was styled in a beautiful white wedding gown.
Many ladies are in her comment section asking when their own Twitter husbands will locate them as she found hers.