Heartbroken Bride Rolls In Mud In Her White Wedding Dress After the Groom Cancelled their Wedding On the Way to the Church – VIDEO

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What do you do as a bride if your groom decides out of the blue, on your wedding day, that he doesn’t want to get married anymore?

Naturally, you roll on the floor in your white wedding dress and make a scene. Naturally.

A video making rounds on social media shows exactly this scenario, as unlikely as it may seem.

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It reportedly occurred in Abuja, Nigeria.

In the video, an angry groom decided to cancel the wedding on the very day it was supposed to happen. He was dressed in his suit and his bride in her wedding gown and they were reportedly being escorted to the church when he changed his mind.

It’s not clear what led him to change his mind but he was angry beyond control in the video, and despite the pleas of family and friends and his bride-to-be, he maintained that he is cancelling the wedding.

The bride, left with no choice, had to go to ground and wail, still in her white wedding dress.

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Watch video of the entire incident below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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