We all know that Nigerian ladies are used to wearing a white wedding gown on their wedding day because according to many people it represents purity, but it will be surprising to know that a lady wore a black gown on her wedding day.
A Facebook user named Iyenyorochi Obi shared a photo of a lady that wore a black gown instead of white on her wedding day. He shared the photo on a Facebook group named YorochiTv. He captioned the post by saying someone finally did it, she wore a black dress instead of the conventional white.
Take a look at the photo of the lady that wore a black gown on her wedding day that was shared by a Facebook user named Iyenyorochi Obi on a Facebook group.
The photo of the lady that wore a black gown on her wedding day was so surprising because it is rare to see a lady that will wear a black gown on her wedding day, most ladies prefer a white gown rather than black. The photo that was shared by a Facebook user named Iyenyorochi Obi brought about many reactions and comments from different Facebook users. Most Facebook users said they will also wear a black gown on their wedding day, while some Facebook users said wearing a black gown on your wedding day is not good because the white gown represents purity. Here in this article, I will be sharing some comments of different Facebook users on the post that was shared by a Facebook user named Iyenyorochi Obi.
Take a look at some comments of different Facebook users on the post that was shared by a Facebook user named Iyenyorochi Obi concerning a lady that wore a black gown on her wedding day.
Now the question goes to my readers, can you put on a black gown on your wedding day?
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