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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Wedding Night Brouhaha -56

Stealing on a wedding night?Haba!






Dear Stella,
I wanna gist you about my wedding night ......


I got married about 4 years ago now. We had been strafing before the wedding day and more so, our registry was 8 months before engagement and nikkai. So we just didnt feel any guilt having s3x. 

Fast forward 4 months to this nikkai, i was already preggos. See me as i lean, weak. Infact, i could pass for someone really sick but it was pregnancy o.  


After all the partying and dancing, we went to a hotel to rest our heads. Few friends accompanied us. I even got a drip that night cos i was so weak. One would think na to sleep o but in my tiredness, i pulled Le boo say you must enter the place. He was withdrawing say cos of my condition, i say leave condition o. Na so we enjoy sleep go. 

As boring as this may be, there's something i wanna share cos i realise almost 4 years and i have not forgiven my cousin. Yes, ma cousin. 

You see,  i didn't have a society wedding even though the opportunity was available  but it was a crowded wedding. I didn't have the opportunity to plan it cos of family issues. My dad is a politician. I had plenty of his colleagues and party leaders. They sprayed me money, i got envelopes, you would think our cash would be a huge profit. 

Did i mention my cousin did the collection of money. Even others that collected for us, i told them to give all to her, i trusted her.  But lo and behold when time to count money reach, na 36k we gather. I was speechless. 

My dad sprayed over 2 bundles of 200 note, i didnt see any. One of his leader sprayed 500 notes,  i saw only one. All i was left with was 100 notes in 36 pieces. I felt confused. I called and asked, her response was that, i was mostly sprayed 100 naira and that would appear much until counted bla bla bla. 

She betrayed my trust. But for peace in the family, my mum and close aunt advised i let go which i did. You wont believe my mum had 2 big bags full of money after the whole event, she didnt count so i dont feel bad.
Was jisting a friend about the WNB when she asked me about my own WNB, i told her and i realised i was still pained. Not for the money, cos am sure i would have finished spending it since even if i had it but the trust. I still wish i could ask her again. Why? 

 We are good now, we chat, visit but when i remember this story, it hurts.
So thats all. Perhaps some others have similar experience. My brother learnt from my experience and monitored his money spraying on his own wedding o. Bought Ghana must go and dragged it himself after reception. That was funny, but it paid him. Thanks and keep up the good work. 




*LMAO @bought ghana must go and dragged it himself after reception.

my dear since you havent let it go,please sit her down and discuss this again,if she stole your money,she might still be stealing from you codedly.thieves are liars and liars are even worse..my two cents oh.



77 comments:

  1. Poster
    Ndi Igbo si Na ogbu opi Na eficha onu LMAO 😁

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    1. Ogbu opi n'eficha onu but this one too much na
      Haba...your cousin is a bloody thief

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    2. Ghana-must-go?πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…
      No time mehn...

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    3. My cousin also stole from my sisters wedding. Life is dealing with her so I'm not pained anymore. Stupid bitch

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    4. For 'peace' to reign? Better confront her now and let if off your mind cos u haven't forgiven her. That girl will steal her destiny one day. I hate when people try to use me to feel smart. Rubbish!

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    5. Abeg leave her matter and let her conscience deal with her. If u must mention it, act like u are gisting with her and form a story that ur friend recently got married and the person she trusted stole from her spraying money.

      Narrate ur exact scenario as though it was ur friend's. Watch how uncomfortable she'd become. After that, say no more. By this she'll know u have not forgotten, and that u are certain she stole urs too. She won't come around again, trust me. You can't get the money back but u can instigate her conscience to deal with her. How very mean.

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  2. Pele oooo,but we need details of wat happened on ur wedding night

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    1. Whad ve you done with all the details of all the former wnb? Chai!!!

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    2. Lol, you need brouhaha not chronicle...hahaha

      poster, sorry o...your cousin is a shameless bloody thief with no conscience, I hope she gets to read this post somehow.

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    3. You are very stupid. judging from the way you spelled your name, you are still a kid. Go and get married na then ull know if it's easy

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    4. Type ur WNB you no d tire to read ppl own abi u never marry ne

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    5. I pity ppl like you wey like amebo

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  3. She's a thief
    A very shameless one

    I'm even angry reading this
    I hate thieves with passion.

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    1. Hahhahah i know you feel

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    2. Owu ezigbote onye oshi!!! I hate thieves mehn

      Same thing happened on ny sister's wedding, a cousin picked and stole a lot from them. I give her side eyes whenever i see her, you never forget such things o.

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    3. Owu ezigbote onye oshi!!! I hate thieves mehn

      Same thing happened on ny sister's wedding, a cousin picked and stole a lot from them. I give her side eyes whenever i see her, you never forget such things o.

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  4. Na so my bro use eye dey monitor he money because all he wife family and ancestor gather dey pick. He didn't even allow them count, they picked and brought it straight to where he sat.

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    1. Your brother is a sharp guy lol. With some of the stories you hear,it don't blame him.

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    2. Forget monitoring that kind of money on your wedding day. No how no how, money will still go missing. It may not be the person in charge that'll even steal it, but somebody else will somehow get to deep their hand inside it. Some will come under the false pretence that they want to change some money. They'll confuse u and take more than they should or not replace it. Or One aunty from somewhere that'll be forming.. "I'm closest to the bride so I'm in charge'... will be famzing ur money bag and na dem dey thief pass. Ehehe

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  5. sorry sister people are heartless

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  6. Let it go abeg. Nawa o,just 36k. Even me that I was collecting money for my elder sister I got prayed about 50k personally because ppl must spray you too when ur chief bridesmaid and standing at dance floor thruout with d bride. I had my own small bag for myself and her's.
    My own wedding my junior cousin helped me and it be like say her own money even mixed up with mine. The girl even did the counting and arranging of different notes for me. Had to buy her a nice gift on honeymoon, even called her from Dubai just to thank her for all she did. She was surprised.
    Leave that cousin, don't ask her abt it. Just never trust her with money or even ur man sef. Continue gisting and playing with her but never allow her cum spend nites at ur house. I know its painful especially when from sm1 close and dear.
    Let it go.

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  7. Bwahahaha @ bought Ghana must go
    I like your brother joor

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  8. Your cousin just benefit from your wedding. by their looks you will know them thieves.

    My friends own, my brothers own, na me count their monies ooo. I was trusted with money. Thank God i never allowed one kobo to pass me by without collecting it for them.

    Call your cousin and tell her your mind. Keeping this pain will cause heart hole for you. Tell her what you feel about her and keep a close watch on her. Thief na thief, dem no get repentance.

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  9. Well it happens.

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  10. Chaii!!! Pple sha....dats exactly what my so-called cousin did during my Mum's retirement Thanksgiving. Stole my mum's money, I could remember very well that I sprayed her new notes of 500 denomination but all were gone when she collected her money. Saw only 50 and 100 papers. I was angry but Mama calmed me down. We trusted her but she disappointed us. Shame on thieves.

    QueenBee
    The one and only QueenBee of SDk, Impersonators keep off!
    #$tingslikemad

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  11. It's so painful what ur wicked cousin did but please forgive her so u can let go, it's annoying but I think u should call her and have a talk because it's still hurting you.

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  12. I know how it feels, knowing someone stole from you and you are still in talking terms with such person. Don't asked her, it might cause a quarrel btw you both.

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  13. Imagine that! Your cousin o, that's bad. I understand how you feel, you need answers and you can only get them from her. So, sit her down and ask her calmly. Tell her you've forgiven her but need closure.

    People are bad sha. Tis well with you.

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  14. Na wa o
    Just let it go and watch how more blessings would follow.
    I will pack and count my own money myself to avoid stories that touch

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    1. You no go fit o.

      The only thing you can do is, don't allow them count. After picking, they should hand it over to you there. No taking out of the reception venue.

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  15. Well, if your dad had not collected your bride price and you "strafed"; it is called fornication.

    Forgive the girl and free yourself, you are holding yourself to ransom and not this girl!

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  16. Poster pele o, but how are you sure your father's bundle was complete? Still talk to her sha.

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  17. Your "politrictian dad " stole the money, so why complain when another person steals it. OR WAS IT YOUR DAD'S SALARY THAT HE WAS SPRAYING?

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  18. That was the same thing my cousin did for my sister. She just started counting the money after reception alone😏 who send you? Anyway sha, she counted her wages and paid her self. Unfortunately for her we still don't trusther till now. I cannot give her my Kobo to keep. Sisi R,....πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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  19. Stop pretending to have forgotten it. Sit her down and tell her plainly she stole ur money and you arent happy about it. If u like abuse her ontop self u will feel better. Enjoy your marriage darling!

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  20. Poster it seems ur horseband is a very poor man dat's why u are yet to get over wedding money u lost almost 4 years ago.
    During my younger sister's wedding, I sprayed my mother 2 bundles of N1K notes. After two days, she called and ask me how many N1k notes I sprayed her, and me knowing that our relations that collected the money, must hv removed their own share, I simply told her that I did not count them. And told her if she needs money she can always let me know.
    So forgive your friend please. Do not ask her about it again she will always deny it.

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    1. Oh shut up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2. All hail money maker!!!!
      The man of money
      I greet oh!!!
      YINMU.....

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    3. I laugh in swahili. Don't know why I feel like James is always hyping himself. Anyway what am I saying... is it my hyping.... *runs away*

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    4. James biko leave me alone.. lmao!! U really live ur fantasies on stella's blog!! Buhhhahahahahhaha

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    5. Hahahahahahahaha
      James Nwanneukwu...everything just has to be about you.

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    6. Lol!!! Ome ego 1 of your town! Jaaamius! I hail ooo!

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  21. Hmmmmmmm that's how my in-laws stole on my wedding day too even the i trust the most envelopes of hug amount it still hurt me till date after so many yrs it makes you feel bad when ppl you trust steal n pretend as if nothing happened

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  22. My mum put her sister in-law in charge of picking her money, only for her to bring her wedding money in envelop N3,500 chaii!!!!. After all the plenty money that was sprayed on her only N3.5k came out. how can someone be that wicked. She denied my mum that joy of counting your wedding money. As for me my brother would be in charge coz I trust him, if I see anybody else picking my money ehn!! I go leave that dance fight the person Lmao!!!!!!!.

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  23. Poster, is so sad your cousin that you trusted decided to steal from you on your wedding day! But I'll advice you call her and tell her whats on your mind, so that you too can be free from grudges. Tell her with love and let her know you've forgiven her.
    You can never feel the same with her if you don't let her know that you felt hurt by her acts.
    I hate stealing, i believe people who steal tell lies too and they can't be trusted.

    I did a small wedding with just about 60 people and it was mostly my husband's people and there was nothing like spraying. It was all envelops and it was given either to me or my husband, and when we got home we dumped everything inside one basket, we didn't even open them until we returned one week later from a short honeymoon.
    I was even the one that counted the money and told my husband the amount.
    Yes, i wrote the names of the people on a sheet of paper, followed by the amount they gave us. That is how it is done over here by some people.

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  24. Eyah. Sorry jare. Ask her. Tell her she stole from you and you know and it's not nice.

    On my wedding, my maternal aunt will be the one to pick my money o. Trust her wella.

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  25. madam this your WNB is an eye opener to me, will make sure i monitor my money on that wedding day, i no fit shout.

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  26. that your cousin na real barawo. imagine ooooh, call her and tell her your mind jooor. thats why i like steffysofynsofly she no fit carry matter for head pass one night. she dey talk am as e dey hot.
    still waiting for the wedding night bruhaha that will keep my legs hanging on the air for 24 hours. omo this mermaid thing no funny sha but i still dey cross leg.



    *crosses leg like a mermaid*

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    1. Why u no go cross leg with ur smelling pussy

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  27. Abeg be the bigger person!forgive and forget!

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  28. If you cannot call your cousin and tell her, then forget about it. Pele.

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  29. This is eye opener for me. During my own wedding I shine my eye like touch πŸ’‘

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  30. Poster sorry o, but you have to forgive your cousin because forgiveness is for you and not for her.
    That's how someone helped my sister to sell asoebi for her wedding and claimed to have remitted the money to my sister only for her to come and apologize two years later that she lied about giving the money to my sister. She said she collected the money but didn't give it to my sister.

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  31. Lolz i can remember when they did my grandma burial in Anambra come and see spraying of money me and one of my cousins turned to money picker Lolz na so we shared each money picked in every spraying by in laws and well wishers i made so much money and wish they can rewind lovely grand ma burial. Anambra people sabi spend for burial esp celebration of life. Any way you have learnt ur lesson let it go.

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  32. So people are so shameless, forgetting she is a lady too, poster just forget and let go i believe karma is waiting for her too.

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  33. lol.....

    My best wedding Night Story. Babe I followed my Chief Nyash to Nysah oh! I can't shout. I no fit dance finish for one Imbecile to sitdon chop am lol.

    Please ask her and even put it to her.




    Mother Nature.

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  34. Why are dome girls so shameless? Na wa o. Sorry poster just let it go

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  35. Drag Ghana bag. Hahaha oh dear.that demon of TIF . Next cousin please

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  36. 100 naira in 36 places is 3,600 Naira not 36k. Poster of life. Weldone!

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  37. Call her and tell her that the thing is still in your mind

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  38. LOL. My uncle moved a bag of money in my uncle's birthday and it was during video playback we remembered cus we saw how he did it LIVE. Making mouth up and down that he has never stolen in his life but we just dey yimu for him back.

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    1. Eheh na video dey always expose some people ohh. Epic disgrace.

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  39. I can relate. When my younger sis got married, i helped her pick her money. i even picked my parents money, na there wahala start. As i nevr do am before, money got mixed up. they got a lot of money. as older than her as i am, i use my nice dress clean d floor very well. After the party na so my folks put me for situation i will nevr forget till today, claiming somebody was sprayed more than the other and i don give the wrong bag. i collect insult that day. i am sure my sister's inlaws looked me with one kain eye like say i thief money. na me carry my good nature put myself in problems anyway. i am married too but omo, i can and will nevr help anyone collect money again o. i dont care o. This just opened old wounds. i didn't know it still hurts but i think i now need to let it go.

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  40. What you should have done was to slot in the video of your wedding any day she comes around and during the couple dance, you can bring up the matter and settle it once and for all. The wedding video is the best evidence you have of her thievery.

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  41. People do it wella. My cousin also stole from my brother during his wedding in May. Otunba and his wife spent more than 5bundles of N500 notes and he saw only N10,000 worth of N500 notes. Me ke, during my wedding, Iwarned my friend who collected for me on the amount of debt we needed to settle with the sprayed fund. And she did a wonderful job that am still grateful for till today

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