Bride faints as side-chic invades wedding ceremony in Benin

A bride has reportedly fainted after her groom’s side-chic invaded their wedding ceremony on Saturday in Benin, Edo State, demanding that the wedding ceremony be stopped immediately.

According to PM News, the incident happened during the wedding between one Dele and a certain Blessing. The scorned ex was said to have learnt about the wedding via a Facebook post.

Bride faints as side-chick invades wedding ceremony in Benin

The enraged woman whose identity could not be ascertained, was said to have learnt about the wedding ceremony via a Facebook post by an unidentified user before the traditional and court wedding ceremonies were held.

It was gathered that the angry woman had stormed the church with some hefty-looking men, in an Audi car at about 6.30am, and waited patiently till the wedding ceremony began at 12 pm.

At the point when the ring bearer was about handling the ring box to the groom, the self-acclaimed jilted lover matched to the altar, seized the microphone from the pastor and shouted “no! no! this wedding will not hold.”

She narrated how the groom proposed to marry her in 2017, after a courtship that lasted for seven years. She told the congregation that she entered into a covenant with Dele before the church altar where he worshiped.

According to her,

“He (Dele) no longer picked my calls. He abandoned me. Why? What did I do to you?” The new bride was said to have later collapsed, while Dele broke down in tears.

According to a member of the church, the groom was sighted at the birthday celebration of his ex-lover just few weeks ago.

“Dele attended her birthday few weeks ago. It will surprise you to know that Dele was still going to see that girl at home. Why will you do such such thing when your wedding is around the corner?” She queried

Follow us on Facebook – @Lailasnews; Twitter – @LailaIjeoma for updates


Leave a Reply

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Amazing video of a baby pronouncing difficult words

    BBNaija: How Nigerians voted for Tacha, Esther, Venita, others