- A bride and mother seized attention during her wedding ceremony as they took to the centre floor to show their moves
- During their performance, people joined and started spraying them hard currencies to appreciate the duo
- Many people who watched the video said that they would love to do the same thing on their daughters' wedding day
A video has captured the sweet moment a mother joined her daughter on the dance floor as they both showed off their moves.
In a clip shot by @maxwelljennings, the mother walked gently to the centre of the wedding reception venue as she eased into dancing.
It rained dollars
The bride, Lilllian London and her mum matched each other's moves as people gathered around them. Seconds after, a man walked towards them and sprayed dollars.
At this time, more people came to the dancefloor to join the duo. The video makes for a delightful watch.
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See the clip below:
They were ready
As at the time of writing this report, the video has over 90,000 views with hundreds of comments. Below are some of their reactions:
"That’s so me mehn on my daughter’s wedding by God’s grace, so beautiful to watch."
"Me at my daughters wedding in 2050."
"This make me so happy, awww so beautiful."
"She came ready. My daughter's wedding day, the dance floor we dey there."
"Are those money dollars or naira..Am not seeing well ooo."
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A lady brought energy to a wedding ceremony
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a young lady who was maltreated by police succeeds and is now an intern in the US Court. A young lady, Marie Rattigan, has written about the ups and downs her life has gone through since 2009.
Taking to LinkedIn, she revealed she was once arrested and charged for resisting. According to the lady, she was maltreated by the police while no one knew where she was. Despite all the troubles she faced, Marie is now a victor.
More than a decade later, the lady is now working as an intern with an African American elected judge, Baker-Carper, presiding over a juvenile delinquency division.
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Source: Briefly News