- A clip of an angry baby mama storming her "boyfriend's" wedding has been shared online
- In the clip, the angry woman screams and shouts at the bride and groom who she says was with her the night before
- Many locals thought the clip was quite sad for both the baby momma and the new wife
Every bride's worst fear probably has to be a woman crashing her wedding and claiming that her man has been unfaithful. This unfortunate event recently happened to an online bride who can be seen getting screamed at by an angry baby mama.
In a clip that was shared on Twitter by @vocalAngel101, an angry woman can be seen shouting at the groom who is the father of her child and as she claims, still her boyfriend. In the video, the woman also shouts that the groom spent the night with her just a day before the wedding.
"Mara Banna!" the clip was captioned.
Many locals could not believe their eyes or their ears and quickly headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts on the harrowing clip. Read a few of their comments below:
"How possible is that you won't suspect that your man is getting married tomorrow? Like kanjani?"
"Is there a cool off period after signing, where you can go to Court and render marriage null & void. Like, I am not even a divorcee, it never happened."
"Bride, please call this wedding off. For your own sake - you deserve so much better"
In similar Briefly News, a young man reported to be a student of the University of Ghana (Legon) has suffered a big embarrassment on campus. A pregnant lady purported to be his girlfriend has stormed the campus to confront him over the pregnancy.
In a video sighted by Briefly.co.za, the pregnant lady dressed in black accosting the student and shouting at him. From the video, the guy was in no mood to talk to her.
In a bid to swerve the lady, the young man removed his t-shirt and left it for her. But she still followed and dared him to touch her and the baby. "Hit me and hit the baby as well," she was heard saying before holding the boy by his trousers and boxer shorts.
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