Cancelled wedding: Groom calls off ceremony on the way to church

Cancelled wedding: Groom calls off ceremony on the way to church

- A Nigerian man recently cancelled his wedding to his bride on their way to the church venue

- The upset groom had apparently seen something upsetting on a phone and angrily called the wedding off while his bride pleaded helplessly

- The video has since gone viral on the internet, causing mixed reactions

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When it comes to thinking about all the things that could go wrong on one's wedding day, many people often think of shortage of food, rain falling or even the DJ cancelling on them.

However, very few think about the possibility of their partner walking out on them on the big day.

A video currently trending on social media has left many people in shock after the groom, identified as Joe, cancelled his wedding on his way to the church venue for the ceremony in Abuja, Nigeria.

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Bride kneels to beg as groom cancels wedding on their way to church in Abuja

Screenshots of the incident/@ebalsblog
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In the video, the groom stops the car the bride is being conveyed in. While staring from his phone to the confused bride and back to his phone, he asks her to get out of the car and shows the contents of the phone to her.

The bride begins her attempt at pacifying a visibly angry and shocked groom as she goes down on her knees to beg.

She, however, fails to calm him down as he is later heard screaming at her "the wedding is over".

Judging from the video, the crowd is left in confusion as his groomsmen try to convince him to calm down and get into the car. At some point, the brother to the bride is seen attempting to confront him over making his sister upset as the crowd grows.

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Watch the video below:

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