- A short video of a woman dressed in a wedding gown and a wedding veil to match has been shared online by a truly baffled and amused South African Twitter user
- While there are not many details around why the young bride was left walking down the street on what was meant to be the happiest day of her life, many people speculated about it
- A lot of the people in the comment section were quick to blame "mjolo the pandemic" and were soon sharing how terrible mjolo can be at times in our country
One never expects to see a bride dressed up in the full wedding package walking sadly down the road and not surrounded by the usual party that accompanies a wedding day. Many Twitter users were recently treated to this rare sight.
Heading online, @BlackLwendo shared a very short video of the bride walking sadly down the street while in her wedding gown and veil. What makes it even sadder is that she is completely alone which definitely spells bad news.
"Mjoḽo uya lemela," the clip was captioned.
Locals had this to say:
"Munwe na munwe ha hawe"
"Zwiya konda zwiya lemele nga maand u sina mulamuleli"
"Mjolo uya diya, ahuna manual"
Groom left red-faced and waiting at alter
Briefly News also reported that a groom recently suffered a big embarrassment after his wife-to-be dumped him at the alter for being unable to count in twos. According to a post made on Facebook by @sunehanewspaper, the bride wanted to test whether the man was lying or not about his qualifications.
"The groom, all decked up, reached the wedding hall on Saturday evening with his 'baraat' but the bride, who was suspicious of his educational qualifications, asked him to recite table of 2, before the garlands could be exchanged. The groom failed to recite the table and the marriage was called off," the post reads.
Family members of the bride then disclosed that the groom had kept his educational background a secret. They added that they don't even think the man had attended any school at all.
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