- A lady whose twin brother was getting married was called to public declared if she supported him starting a family
- Putting up a hilarious show, the lady acted as if releasing him would be so tough for her to just after years of being together
- Many Nigerians who reacted to the video said as funny as it seems, there is indeed a strong bond between twins
A short video showing the marriage ceremony between a twin brother and a bride has stirred massive reactions online.
During the traditional marriage, the groom’s sister was called out to ask if she is ready to release her brother for marriage.
Everybody laughed as the lady gave a show as it would be a tough decision for her. The MC (@alaga_ire_ayo) said she had to call the lady out because she understood the bond between twins.
Many people who watched the video narrated their related experiences when it comes to twins.
Watch the video below:
I had to call her Sis Kenny to calm her down😁😁😁😁😁she do not want to release him at first…..but she finally released him💯💯💯💯💯#alaga_ire_ayo #ibadanalaga #Alaga #Alagaiduro #availableforbooking #fypシ゚viral #alaga #alagaijoko #twinswedding #unidenticaltwins #twinsbrother #twinsisters #twins #twinsister #alagaiduroandijoko #alagaijokoandiduro #alagainosun #eruiyawosetup #eruiyawopackaging #nigeriaweddings #youthwedding #available #youngalaga #alagainibadan #alagainabeokuta
As of the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 100 comments with more than 32,000 likes.
we compiled some of the reactions below:
“This was my husband and his twin sis who actually happened to be the Kehinde too.”
“I go fess collect money before I agree.”
“This mc is a spiritual woman,she understand the bond between twins.”
“I really wish my twin and I get married on the same day, but that gal has refused to be date any guy, she said I should go when I’m ready.”
“My twin brother cried ehn,we had to beg him before he released me.”
“Seriously it not easy, my twin is saying my fiance must bribe him b4 he release me.”
“Omorh if dem no bribe me I no dey do oh.”