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Bride slaps mother-in-law over food at wedding reception

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Bride slaps mother-in-law over food at wedding reception

Weddings are supposed to be a moment of joy for the families of the bride and groom.

But a recent wedding in the Nigerian city of Lagos has ended in rancour following a misunderstanding between the bride and the groom’s mother.

According to a Twitter user, @SeeHausaBoy, the bride fought her mother-in-law over food at the wedding reception leaving the man with no option than to cancel the wedding.

The bride and groom had prepared separate foods in order for each of their guests to get served. While that of the groom finished earlier than the reception lasted, the bride had some of her food left.

After receiving very important visitors, the groom’s mother consulted the bride to ask to let her caterers serve them but she refused.

The mother-in-law defied the bride and went ahead to dish out food from the ice chest to be given to the very important guests.

The bride, who was by then already in car to go away with the groom, got down and moved to snatch the food her mother-in-law had dished to put it back in the ice chest.

Embarrassed by the act, the mother-in-law slapped the bride but she replied instantly leaving everyone amazed.

The shocked groom then decided to discontinue the marriage and left with his family and friends.

Read the story as narrated:

“I asked a colleague how her weekend went and she said she went for a wedding in Lagos and something dramatic happened

My colleague is a friend to the groom and as such, had to represent. They worked back in day as bankers in one of the top generation Banks. There was lotsa food and drinks, DJ was on point, everything was going on smoothly.

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But then again, both the groom and the bride cooked separately to ensure the meal gets to all the people they invited (which i think is the norm these days with Yoruba weddings) but unfortunately, the food on the groom side had finished in no time

Then walked in a very important guest from the groom’s family, a very close relation of the mother in law of the bride. He apparently showed up late and she needed to have them served. they were just too important not to be entertain.

The mother in law approached the bride to speak to her caterer to have them serve her guests who had just arrived. to her surprise, she declined and said the food remaining was for some guests at home.

The mother in law ignored her and went to dish out some food from the cooler and ordered it to be taken to the guest who were already seated and waiting. The caterer couldn’t stop her because after all, she was the mother of the groom!

Next thing, the bride came down from the car and ordered that the food be returned. the guys carrying the food were confused. the bride actually went by herself, collected the tray and poured the food back into the cooler

The Mother in law felt too embarrassed and disrespected that she slapped the bride.

The bride returned the slap! the heavens let loose. There was chaos everywhere. The groom and the groomsmen were so disappointed. he said he wasn’t interested in the solemnization of the union anymore. He left along with his family members.

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The bride too left as well In the end, my colleague kukuma packed her ‘Kaya’ and left. leaving a huge number guest murmuring and stuff at what had transpired.”

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You’re Stupid If You Migrate To Menzgold Online Platform – Kennedy Agyapong Fires (Video)

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The MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has waded into the Menzgold brouhaha again, this time around, lashing it out on customers of the company who have decided to migrate their investments unto their online platform, Menzgold Global.

Kennedy Agyapong who said this without fear on Adom TV’s ‘Badwan’ posited that, the online platform introduced by Menzgold is another clevel scheme to steal from Ghanaians by the owners of the company and as such no sensible person would fall for it.

Kennedy Agyapong who was vociferous in his submission added that the assets of the company and that of its directors should be seized and sold to pay off the principals of those who invested with the company.

He added that lots of Ghanaians have invested heavily with the company and some are even shy to disclose the amount they invested in the company and that some people are dying inwardly but cannot speak out because of fear of being mocked for being ‘greedy’.

Menzgold Ghana was shut down by the Securities and Exchange Commission in September after the company failed to submit certain documents demanded by SEC.

Although the company threatened a legal action and hired international lawyers to defend them in court, so they can be made to continue operation, little has been heard about the progress of that issue so far.

Nana Appiah in his first public interview on Zylofon FM recently, stated that although SEC and BoG were just carrying out their mandated duties, he didn’t find the licenses they wanted him to get necessary.

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In his interview, he urged customers to migrate their investments from Menzgold Ghana to Menzgold Global, so they can continue enjoying their extra-value payments. In a press statement, the company had said it was going to pay 15% of principal starting from 9th November for those who wish to terminate their contract with the company.

Ken has been an ardent critic of the company, describing Nana Appiah as a small boy and revealed that he had sent people to him in the past to get him to invest in his company but he drove them away.

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Woman Sues Her Ex Due To His “Abnormally Long” P£nis That Stretched Out Her [email protected]

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Silindile Mangena, 29, from Harare, Zimbabwe, said that her [email protected] was ‘tight’ before she met her ex, Mugove Kurima, in 2016. Kurima, 37, who was reportedly married at the time of the stretching, met Mangena, fell in love and started a relationship.

However, she told the Zimbabwe Mail that she slammed on the brakes to this relationship in May after his p3nis had stretched her out so much that she now claims no man can fill the void that her ex left.

As of press time, it has not been confirmed how big his p3nis actually is. She now wants to have [email protected] reconstructive surgery which costs a massive $9,000 and is taking him to court in order to have him pay the fee.

Kurima has not yet responded to the allegations.

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31-year old Barry Smith died yesterday while testing a new s£x doll he was attempting to create. He was not satisfied with the current s£x dolls in the market, so he decided he was going to create a brand new s£x doll which would beat the rest. “Innovation is key”, he said once.

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His goal was to create new s£x doll with fake orgasms, fake moans, which can move on top of your like a real woman. He also wanted it to be able to perform fellatio.

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Unfortunately, during the testing process of a prototype, he was electrocuted. He died on his way to the hospital.

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His brother, Larry Smith, said he was going to retake the project, even if he needs to die in the process as well. “Sacrifices must be made in the name of science”, he said.

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