- The marriage between a Mexican lady and a Nigerian man has served so much great vibes and entertainment online
- People said that the lady must have some Nigerian blood in her system with the way she danced to Yoruba songs
- In the clips shared on Instagram, the bride's family danced so much before they were allowed to take their seats
The videos of a Mexican lady getting married to a Nigerian Yoruba man has stirred reactions on social media.
In the clips shared by @elegantalaga on Instagram, the lady and her dad both dressed in Nigerian traditional attires danced happily. The alaga ijoko (MC) sang to usher them into the wedding reception.
What a wonderful sight
Though the bride’s family could not well match the beats with their dance steps, they put forward great efforts.
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Other members of her family were at the back dressed in different outfits. When the MC asked them to rock it, the lady bent and moved to the beats.
Watch the video below (swipe for more):
Below are some of the reactions:
"My sister energy is 100%"
"The oyinbo woman's better go check ancestral history weda Naija dey her blood before."
"Keep the good work going ....more blessings."
"They must be Mexicans. They move with the rhythm."
"I just love seeing a merge of cultures."
"Ma'am. Why do you sing to usher them in? Personally, I'd prefer to be ushered in with normal music, preferably music from someone like kizz Daniel or fireboy with beats I think it's better. I see it in other alagas videos and it's great."
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Another Nigerian found love
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a traditional wedding between a Nigerian lady, Ireti, and her 'oyinbo' lover, Jesse, received much love on social media.
In the photos shared by Naija Wedding on Facebook, the man and his wife were dressed in Yoruba attires as Jesse wore what is popularly called agbada.
People said that their wedding's photography is a hallmark of beauty and elegance as messages of congratulations poured in for the couple.