- A viral TikTok video showed a Nigerian bride kneeling to collect cash from her husband
- The bride was on her knees as the groom took out some notes to spray on her
- The bride kept asking for more, until the bride’s father intervened and told her to stand up, saying she had enough money. This made them all laugh
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A hilarious TikTok video captures when a Nigerian bride kneels to collect money from her husband during their wedding ceremony.
The bride was humbly on her knees as the groom generously took some crisp notes to spray on her as a sign of his love and appreciation.
The bride was not satisfied with the amount and kept pleading for more, until the bride’s father stepped in and told her to stand up, saying she had enough money for the day.
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Watch the video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Make them no vex return her to him."
"Someone like my dad, he will say shay they will not eat after marriage ni. RIP dad."
"If your parent love your spouse ehn you go begin wonder if they're your parent or partners parent cos you'd be sidelined straight."
EI Gelio commented:
"The father was like oya e dide, don't go and kill omo lomo."
"I don't understand, is it d song u are singing or its d drummers."
"No be so he train her,so he correct her."
"Daddy please face your front in Dịj chicken's voice."
Couple who spent less than N100k on wedding ceremony trends online
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a beautiful couple reportedly spent $200 (N92,088.00) on their wedding when they tied the knot in a courthouse ceremony to seal their love and live as husband and wife.
In a video on @BlackTzedek, sighted by Legit.ng, the two are seen standing before the court marriage officer.
The groom sported a fine suit while the bride wore a dress with traps that revealed maximum skin. The duo looked gorgeous for the nonreligious occasion.