A young man who is known as Mr Ezra has taken to his Twitter to share the photo of the gmdress he wore to his friend's wedding party.
The young man is Paystack co-founder and has always been known to shun criticism and fully express himself in an unusual dress. On a wedding party, people that are invited always dress to look beautiful and nice to avoid any sort of embarrassment.
But this man seems to be unbothered by the way his dress. According to the man, when he get to the wedding party, people were suprised to see him dress that way and the man reveal that people kept telling him to put on his dress.
He wrote on his Twitter handle that " my friend invited me to her wedding party and all i heard was "ezra get dressed!".
See the way he dress that got peoole telling him to get dress.
Checkout people's comment to his post
What do you think about this, do you think unpopular could have dressed like this without any side result. What do you think about his dress.
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