VIRAL! Couple Offers Bread to Wedding Guests Instead Rice & Drinks (+VIDEO)

By Riddy10 2 Min Read

In a delightful twist at a recent Nigerian wedding, guests were left in awe as the traditional wedding favors took an unexpected turn.

Instead of the usual trinkets and tokens, the hosts surprised attendees with none other than slices of the beloved Agege bread.

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The video capturing this unique moment has since gone viral, showcasing a diverse group of wedding guests, each holding a piece of the iconic local bread.

In a humorous turn of events, a lady can be seen calmly displaying her bread souvenir, while a group of grown men playfully competes to secure additional slices for themselves.

The online community quickly caught wind of the viral footage, and the comments section became a hub of amusement and engagement.

Remi, a viewer, humorously remarked, “Please pass one, I want to use it to eat beans.” Others, like BarbTemz, expressed their love for Nigerian weddings, highlighting the unparalleled nature of the party favors.

One commentator, Olusegun Adepegba, affectionately referred to Agege bread as the “Divine Agege Bread,” declaring it the tastiest in town.

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The lighthearted banter continued as Montana quipped about a guest attempting to sneak away with five slices, sparking a playful discussion on the practicality of consuming such a quantity.

The unexpected distribution of Agege bread as wedding favors has resonated with viewers, adding a touch of humor and cultural charm to the celebration.

As the video continues to circulate online, it serves as a reminder of the uniqueness and diversity that define Nigerian wedding traditions.

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