- Singer, Nfasis, has gone viral on social media over his choice of outfit for his wedding
- The Dominican artist sported a white T-shirt with a pair of ripped denim shorts while his bride dazzled in a beautiful lacy dress
- Several internet users have shared their thoughts on his looks, which some are calling flippant and uncommittal
Dominican singer Nfasis may be best known for his hit song Ya No Te Quiero in his country but it appears his peculiar wedding outfit is what has earned him popularity in the rest of Africa.
The singer, who recently tied the knot with the love of his life, left jaws hanging when he turned up for his own wedding ceremony in the most casual look yet.
While his bride dressed in a mermaid lace dress with a lovely veil and a tiara, Nfasis did not compliment the look with the traditional tuxedo outfit.
Instead, he went for a more laid-back look comprising a white T-shirt with a vest visible underneath and a pair of ripped and patched denim shorts.
See his post below:
The photos which have since gone viral, have left many people amused and at the same time annoyed by his 'unserious' look.
See reactions below:
"I don care how much I love you, but man you ain’t wearing that to my wedding, sorry, I mean our wedding, now go put on a freaking tuxedo."
"Were they forced to marry? See his facial expression..."
"What do we call this one now? The wife should have complimented his look so that we could have a full laugh."
"I'm giving my husband the energy he gives on our wedding day, since you want to wear round neck, I'll wear underwear, let's all of us be mad together."
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"His tailor has disappointed him but it's true, he doesn't want to walk..."
"Different people everywhere."
"Boy you should marry yourself, not me and you."
In other news, Briefly News reported that a 70-year-old granny is finally living her dream of attaining a high school diploma after troubles in her family affected her education.
Hermelinda Sporea from Detroit, US, lost her father when she was a toddler and later on in her life had to leave school to work at a grocery shop to help support her family.
According to Fox 2 Detroit, she got married and had five children. She even went to beauty school and opened her own salon but still had the urge to complete a lifelong dream and went on to achieve this.
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