South Africans comment on video of groom texting while walking down the aisle: “Messaging love of his life”

South Africans comment on video of groom texting while walking down the aisle: “Messaging love of his life”

  • A man decided to whip out his cellphone while walking down the aisle on his wedding day, and it has gone viral
  • TikTok user @brandotyft shared the footage showing the man paying his beautiful bride no attention
  • Women were fuming as they saw the heartbreak in the bride’s eyes, and men claimed it was his side chick

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If there is one day when you do not touch your phone, it is on your wedding day. This man couldn’t even wait to leave the church before whipping out his phone, and now he’s gone viral because of it.

TikTok user @brandotyft shared the footage showing the man paying his beautiful bride no attention
A video showed a man walking down the aisle on his cellphone on his wedding day, and people are shook. Image: TikTok / @brandotyft
Source: TikTok

Cellphones and social media cause a lot of issues in relationships. However, you know it is really bad when your man whips out his phone on your wedding day.

TiKTok video shows man on his phone while walking down the aisle

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TikTok user @brandotyft shared the footage of the man texting while walking down the aisle, acting as if it is a normal day and as if he didn’t just tie the knot. Man hardly lifted his head while people were snapping away, and his beautiful bride was enjoying the moment.

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Take a look at this situation, you would never believe it if it wasn’t caught on camera:

Mzansi people discuss what their eyes just witnessed

This came as a shock but also not too much of a surprise. Women made it clear in the comments that they wouldn’t have even made it to the end of the aisle before calling the whole thing off. Men were sure he was busy messaging his side piece.

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Read some of the mixed comments:

Kgothatso suggested:

“He’s probably texting the love of his life.”

Bruce Wayne joked:

“ I now pronounce you man and phone you may send an emoji.”

Lark Phillips was upset:

“My heart is broken. She looks so eager to cry.”

Garysorrillo was upset:

“Supposed to be one of the most memorable times, but he chose to be on his phone whilst she is all happy and enjoying the moment.”

gailw1984 said:

“This is really sad I was divorcing him the same day, no joke ♀️”

Video shows makoti jiving on wedding day while groom sits on his phone looking stressed: SA gives reasons

In related news, Briefly News reported that not every wedding is a joyous occasion. A video showing a groom sitting on his phone looking stressed while his beautiful makoti grooved had Mzansi citizens’ minds running wild.

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Still, in Mzansi, there are arranged marriages, and many believe this is why cheating is so rife. Some peeps feel this man was forced into this marriage because he looks unhappy.

Twitter user @Tebogo_World shared the video showing the happy makoti and the clearly stressed groom. Sis was grooving while her man sat on his phone, looking like he just made a bad business deal.

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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