- A woman who was tired of not being referred to as her man's wife took matters into her own hands and tried to force her fiancé into a marriage
- The lady showed up to her partner's workplace dressed in a wedding gown and was escorted by a pastor and a bridesmaid
- She told her guy she would dump him if he did not give in to her demands
- Shoppers at the supermarket stared in shock as some laughed at the awkward situation
A Target outlet in Las Vegas was brought to a standstill after a woman walked in dressed in full wedding attire.
Beside her was a bridesmaid who pranced around in an off-brown dress paired with high heels.
The unnamed lady insisted that she wanted to see her fiancé, who works in the store. Obviously, she had a vendetta.
Fully guarded by a mask on her face, the woman strutted the supermarket aisles with a pastor in tow.
She had a bouquet in her hands and surprised her fiancé with a wedding proposal. The answer no was not an option for the impatient lady.
In a video shared on TikTok by user @boymom_ashley, the lady was spotted confronting her partner and threatening to leave him if he refused to marry her.
The hopeful bride left thousands of viewers at the edge of their seats as they wondered just how ballsy she was to cook up such a calculated plan.
Her fiancé was both shocked and fearful as he tried to wrap his head around the unforeseen ultimatum that had landed in his lap.
In other marriage-related news, it was earlier highlighted that Naisula went on Twitter and gave chronological progress of how her relationship with her husband Robert Koltaba Kiplagat came to fruition.
The legislator, who is heavily pregnant, started with a photo of the day Robert went on one knee and popped the question. It was romantic, sweet, magnificent and quite the treat for people who believed in the power of love.
The MP was pleased by how far their relationship had come and looked back at how everything fell into place over time. She also shared a photo from their wedding and remembered how great she looked as a blushing bride.
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