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Monday, March 14, 2022

OAP Cheche Smith Narrates How Her Hairstyle, Height And Dressing Ended A Friendship...

 Cheche Smith is the Group brand manager at Wazobia FM and the story she posted on Instagram will shock you









Cheche is married with two Daughters....

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    1. Good you attended and gave her your best then moved on.

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  2. Forgive her and move on. You are beautiful and perfect in your own way.

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  3. She had a vision for her bridal train and you didn't fit into it.
    Try and understand eh.
    No hard feelings

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    1. My thoughts exactly... I dont see anything wrong with what the bride did. It's HER wedding. She had already planned out what her bridal train would be, and she felt that with your dressing and hairstyle, you'd be the odd one out. No be everything be quarrel.

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    2. I don't think it's was just about the wedding... The said Friday also bad mouthed her before, during and probably after the wedding...

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  4. You indeed really loved her as a friend, not all of us are lucky with this thing called friendship.

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  5. I love her voice and name Cheche..Some friends ehnnn..

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    1. u love that kindergarten screaming voice? 打打打打打

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  6. Everyone has a choice, if you don't fit into their choices, respect it. I can say I want 6footers as train at my event and if you are 5ft n also my friend, i won't choose you, no vex, you can be our hype queen.

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  7. You did well by doing your bit Che Che buying her aseobi,and attending her wedding, you are a friend indeed.
    Some people are just not worth our friendship!
    I like you just the way you are!

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  8. I think we should respect people choices,if you don't fit into what they want for their big day,always try and understand with them.I remembered when someone I wasn't even friends with chose me to be among her bridesmaids just because I was slim and tall.All of her real friends that were fat or chubby were on the asoebi train.

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  9. To the people saying respect the bride's decision, if you put someone on your bridal party, it's because they are your close friend who you appreciate. Obviously the bride was more concerned with the visual of the wedding instead of her relationship with her friend. If she was her true friend , she would have fully accepted Che Che and all of her eccentricitness. The bride's move revealed that she didn't. Big ups to Che Che for moving on. Some friends can really do things to hurt you, I still feel sad when I remember how 2 of my so called friends played me.

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    1. Thank you. This is the only reasonable comment here. People forget that wedding is just one day! One fucking day!! That was how Simi Osomo disinvited some of her friends to her so-called wedding because they couldn't afford to attend/contribute to a bridal shower abroad. Where is the so-called marriage now??? And she lost friends oooh..
      Cheche did well. This is called self respect. That friend doesnt value you. I have a 'friend; like that too. I have dumped her since sha...

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    2. Don't mind what those people are saying. It hurts. I remember how a friend did that to me. I know I'm a bit chubby and the serious type but I watched her calling and pleading with other girls to be in her train. At least she would have explained. I felt like a stranger on her wedding day because I was not included in anything. Now she's back to asking for advice and all.

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    3. Thank u. I came to this post just now and reading all those takes were just hurting. How can u claim I am ur friend and then discriminate against me for whatever reason.

      It clearly shows that we are not friends

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  10. Some friends wouldn't have bother to attend the wedding. You a good friend.

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  11. But it's her choice. Just the way some people don't want fat, dark or overly tall or overly slim girls as part of their train. Maybe she said it in a not so nice way though but all the same , that wasn't enough reason to break the friendship.

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  12. Che Che you don't need to be angry, it's your friend choice

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  13. I just want to know what you want us to do with this information?

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    1. Toh! Thought I was the only one thinking this.

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  14. No mind world people and their yeye choices.

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  15. So you couldn't just sacrifice one day which is a big day for a friend?

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  16. All this wahala of bridesmaids..Na wa o. It's special day for everyone present..and you're to dance, eat and mingle and whatever.. Your friends should not be subjected to asoebi drama or all that wedding brouhaha.. come anyhow you want abeg and sha be happy for me. Imagine losing a friendship over height and weight and length.. what rubbish!

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  17. I experienced this same type of treatment last year, she insisted I wasn't presentable enough to be among her bridesmaid, its painful sha, I just jewels cut off all communications with her

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    1. You don't need those small minded ppl in your life anyways. It is good to see who ppl really are, so thank your Creator for showing you the truth even if it was a painful truth. Always align with ppl who share your values and morals. Not everyone who talk the talk is the real deal. Find your soul tribe and you will be set for life.

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  18. Some women make too many of such mistakes that come to bite them in the behind when their okomi- turns out to be just another MungoPark and they start seeking out women to support women. You don't throw tight bonds out the window because of a picture-perfect weekend. Let's not pretend that this bride was recruiting for a modelling agency- if you want only talk women in synthetic hair, start selecting your friends based on that from primary school and not when you should honor and celebrate the bonds of friendship and family as you step into another realm of commitment.

    On the day she was making a lifelong commitment, she showed everyone an undeniable subconscious message of who she truly is. Women like this make terrible mothers because they are ready to frustrate their children to study that course or act like that other child just for public praise. They don't mind the pain they'll put those kids through just to paint a perfect family picture. As wives, it's tiring for even men like them who play to the gallery: desperation is not cute. You'll be taken for granted because he knows your entire life is hanging on pretending everything is fine. You'll leave him confused and exhausted because who is he dealing with today?

    This OAP should be thankful for the gift of that experience; the courage to live in her truth despite the fear of rejection and the relief that comes from shedding dead weight of fake friendship.

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    1. I agree with you 100%. As though those wedding photos won't fade one day. As though someone will not take the entire photo album and toss in a fire when they are long gone and forgotten by the current ppl of the day while they are bones in their graves. Folks don't realize that nothing is ever as important as they make it out to be in the moment, everything is passing into nothingness eventually. This selfish, egotistical, indulgent behaviour being passed off as normal by the masses because they are seeking picture perfect. I despise it! Telling so-called friends they are not presentable or perceiving them not to be for their average, everyday affair is beyond me. As though they are first to marry or to be called Mrs. and once they have completed theirs no one will else will get a chance. Maggot minded ppl they are.

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