Twitter fuming over video of disrespectful groom: "We Zulus are disowning him"

Twitter fuming over video of disrespectful groom: "We Zulus are disowning him"

A groom's "rude" behaviour at his wedding resulted in Zulu tweeps disowning him from their culture.

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On Sunday, social media user Lethu Dlamini (@Lethu_Dlamini) shared a video of a Zulu man acting unacceptable at his own wedding.

"Where do you guys get these men? How do you agree to marry this kind? How do you go through the dating stage with someone like this?? Like??.. I have soo many questions," she captioned the video.

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Tweeps who do not speak the Zulu language asked for a translation and one social media user came through.

Odirile Mondlane, who goes by the Twitter handle @OdianMondlane, commented: "This groom is supposed to say the the vows from as the pastor reads them but he keeps saying things like "we have passed that stage" and paraphrasing some of the lines basically he is not taking vows and being rude to everyone trying to correct him."

A lot of people thought the woman must be marrying the 'rude' groom for money, but, Briefly.co.za gathered another one of Dlamini's post suggested otherwise.

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Twitter users were left fuming over the video and they slammed the groom for his behaviour. Zulu tweeps even went as far as to disown him from the culture.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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