- Videos from a recent birthday party in Atlanta has caught the attention of social media users
- A group of young men took turns to rain dollars on the celebrant of the day
- The video has sparked mixed reactions from members of the online party
It rained dollars at the birthday party of a Nigerian lady identified as Enitan Omobolanle which held in Atlanta on Saturday, April 10.
Videos from the lavish ceremony have gone viral since they surfaced in the online community. From indications, friends of the celebrant came out in their numbers to celebrate her special day with her.
However, they made it a point to ensure that their presence was not only felt by those who attended the party but also social media users who would later watch clips from the event.
Several clips captured the moment a group of men joined the celebrant on stage and took turns spraying her with dollar bills.
Another guest was also filmed throwing money into the air causing the notes to come crashing down just like raindrops. The entire dance floor was completely covered with money as the guests continued spraying.
Watch the clip as seen online below:
Social media users reacted to the videos differently. Read some comments sighted below:
"We will soon hear how they all end up."
"Where them de see all this money na."
"All the COVID19 UNEMPLOYMENT MONEY."
"If them reason dem now Dey go say Na village people."
"Inside Yankee!!!!! Huuum. am waiting for next post."
"Kai these boys don’t learn."
In other news, Briefly News reported there have been a lot of rumours surrounding Mohale Motaung's relationship with his husband Somizi Mhlongo. Mzansi has been wondering if one of their favourite couples are still together and Mohale has finally broken his silence about the matter.
In an interview with Power FM, Mohale opened up about what's been happening in his relationship with Somizi. Ultimately, Mohale insists that he and Somizi are still doing fine. Fans have been confused because the pair have no longer been posting pictures together on socials.
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