Video of bride trolling her friend on her wedding day goes viral

Video of bride trolling her friend on her wedding day goes viral

Currently trending on social media is a video of a bride on her wedding day, playfully trolling her friend on her way to the altar.

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While it is common for brides and her friends to crack jokes on the big day, it's not often you see brides cracking it up while on their way to the altar.

Currently trending on social media is a video of an African bride being walked down the aisle in an outdoor ceremony. However, while most brides stay focused in that moment, this wasn't the case with this bride.

She proved herself a savage when she responded to her friend who was gushing over how beautiful she looked as she walked down the aisle. Rather than blush and keep it moving, this bride decided to throw a playful jab at her friend.

In the video, which has since gone viral on social media, the friend can be heard saying she has goosebumps just looking at her friend walking down the aisle.

The bride in turn responded: "Go and get a boyfriend before goosebumps kills you."

Watch video below:

The video which has since gone viral, left many people amused at the savagery of the bride on her own wedding day.

See some reactions below:

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Love is a beautiful thing and it definitely works in mysterious ways. This is obvious going by the sometimes strange stories that surround married couples. A young lady, Brendaline, has shared the story of how she ended up with her husband despite their families already being friends for several years before their birth.

In a lengthy post, Brenda revealed that from playing the little bride and groom at a wedding, they are now husband and wife. She added that it was not an arranged marriage between their families because they had lost contact for many years and only reconnected on social media.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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