- A video has gone viral on social media in which a Nigerian bride could be seen dancing in the rain with her bridal train
- It was still drizzling when the young lady took to the dancefloor to display the stuff she was made of
- In the video that was shared on Instagram, the downpour that followed thereafter sent the beautiful bride and her guests away
A Nigerian bride has got people talking on social media with a video of her traditional wedding in which she could be seen displaying amazing dance moves in the rain.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja, it was drizzling already but the wife was undeterred as she showed the guests how talented she is on the dance floor.
Nigerian kid makes 'butterfly' moves, wows many with her dance skill at wedding ceremony in viral video
Her bridal train could be seen cheering her on as the dance went on.
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The rain had another plan
The weather, however, made good its threat as a downpour disrupted the wedding party, sending everyone away.
Nigerians react to the video
Reacting to the video, an Instagram user with the handle @badboy_cordel said:
"That’s why you have weather forecast."
"Anyway anyhow, Rain is a blessing..The marriage is blessed!"
"Wow I love this is her courage for me."
"I will be crying if it was me."
"People are just getting married anyhow. Lord, I’m here again!"
Bride's father "scatters" dance floor with amazing Dance moves
In other news, a heartwarming video emerged on social media in which a bride's father showed the wedding guests the stuff he is made of.
Lady 'scatters' dance floor at wedding ceremony, beats man, pulls out money from her bra as she sprays it
At the wedding reception, the bride's father stepped on the dance floor with amazing dance moves and thrilled all the guests with his leg work.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by @official_mcbobo, the bride's father, groom and groom's men could be seen entertaining the guests as KWAM 1's Ade Ori Okin blared from speakers.