- A nice video of a sweet Nigerian bride stepping out in style has attracted so much attention online because of the very cool way it was organised
- The video showed the bride stepping out to her reception arena with a convoy of very cool aso-ebi girls that lit up the whole place
- As they stepped out, they matched their delectable steps to Na We Dey, Nah We Dey, by Flavour Nabania and it was as if the song was made for that show
Aso-ebi step-out just got hotter as has been seen in one sweet video. In the video, a Nigerian bride was seen coming out in style, attracting attention both on and offline.
She stepped out in full native regalia with what has been described as a convoy of aso-ebi girls, mesmerising the whole reception arena.
Beautifully dressed, well organised aso-ebi, dancing to Na We Dey by Flavour Nabania
The bride was dressed in a beautifully tailored blue gown that has nice diamond-like beads, making her shimmer and dazzle as she stepped out.
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Her girls were all traditionally dressed, with sky blue wrappers tied above the chest and a white handkerchief fastened around the chest. This created a dramatic display of colours that was very good to look at. The nice video was posted on Tiktok by @igboweddings.
Watch the video below:
Tiktok users react
The video of the aso-ebi convoy has attracted interesting reactions from those who have seen it. A few of the reactions go as follows:
"Can’t wait to get married only to show off hahaha."
"Nigerian women are top tier!"
"She walks a real queen. Igbo amaka. My beautiful people."
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Aso-ebi girl in short skirt and top steals show at wedding reception
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian aso-ebi girl stole the show at a wedding reception with her hot waist dance.
The lady, dressed in a nice short skirt and top, danced with a basket of kola nut in her hand but managed to keep it from falling.
The guests at the arena were attracted to her nice moves as she outdanced others.