- A mother-in-law bonded well with her son's wife during their wedding ceremony as she danced beside her
- During the wedding reception, many guests copied the groom's mother's moves as she served them with great energy
- People who reacted to the woman's dance video said it really makes them smile and they hope to do the same someday
A mother at a son's wedding gave people much to talk about as she expressed her profound happiness in dance.
During the reception ceremony of her son's wedding, the woman took to the dancefloor and people surrounded her. Many hailed her and said: "Go, mummy!"
Mummy with the energy
Dancing to different selections from the DJ, the groom's mother danced to Master KG's Jerusalema and Small Doctor's hit, Penalty.
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As she danced in a video shared by Paul Akingbola on Instagram, people followed her moves in an amateurish show of choreography. Her son and the bride flanked her at both sides. Some also said in Yoruba:
"Mummy please don't 'kill' us."
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has generated tens of comments. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"This is very Beautiful to watch. I smiled all through. May God keep all mothers to experience this Joy!"
"This is me when my son gets married."
"Mummy don steal the bride shine is the mood for me."
"Mother inlaw toh hot."
Bride has got moves
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a bride could not hide her joy when people started hailing her during her traditional wedding.
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She responded to them with moves. In a video shared by @igboweddingng, the young lady danced so hard that her husband had to stand aside and watch. While trying to make a good hand move, she brushed against her headgear.
Seeing that the gear was serving as an unwanted obstruction, the lady pulled it off to reveal her unbraided hair without any care in the world.
Source: Legit.ng News