- A woman using the name Kiga Bae on Twitter narrated that a bride removed her from a wedding WhatsApp group after making comments on the relationship
- She explained that she joked and said the relationship will end in premium tears and she was ejected from the group
- Social media users condemned her for making such comments and supported the bride for making that decision to cut her off from the group
A woman identified as Kiga Bae has surprised people online after narrating that her friend who is getting married removed her from a WhatsApp group for talking down on her relationship.
What she told the bride
She explained that she was only joking and did not expect the bride to react the way she did.
This is what she posted on her social media.
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“I just said “it will end in tears” jokingly and the bride removed me from the wedding WhatsApp group.”
Her sentiments got people reacting and applauding the bride for removing any negative comments before her D-Day.
Social media users react
Here are some of the reactions from social media users:
“Haha I would too. Anyway, respond with a screen shot and we will determine.”
“Sometimes jealousy comes in-jokes, I’m glad the Bride paid attention.”
“She did well. I’d do the same if I were in her shoes.”
“Now, go for the bridegroom and make those tears a reality.”
“A text is different from talking, it is easy to pick up a joke when talking to someone compared to a text message.”
“That’s what you deserve.”
“You have survived contributing though.”
“Weddings are a sign of insecurity. I said that when we were on campus and almost all my friends have not invited me.”
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Man tells men not to solicit dowry
A man identified as Levi Kones told men to put in the effort and pay their own dowry rather than solicit cash from friends.
According to him, payment of dowry should only be left to the closest people the groom has in his life.
He, however, added that people should only contribute towards the wedding as helping a man pay dowry also means they can help themselves with his wife.
His followers on Facebook agreed with his sentiments, with most saying people ought to be ready before they jump the broom.