Bride Goes Naked As She Gives Husband A Lap Dance At Their Reception (Video) - Nicole Kaima's Blog


Monday, December 13, 2021

Bride Goes Naked As She Gives Husband A Lap Dance At Their Reception (Video)

A video of a wedding reception, where the bride barely had any clothing on as she gave her newly wedded husband a lap dance has stirred up reactions online, Nicolekaima's blog reports. 

 The lady could be seen in the video wearing a white outfit that left nothing to the imagination, as the see-through dress only covered some parts of her body at the front, while the rear was left bare, save for the ropes tied loosely at the back. 

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 The new bride danced to Beyonce's hit song ‘Dance for you’, swirling seductively, unabashed as the large audience looked on.

 Her bridesmaids also put on a show, choreographing to the song at the center of the crowd while the bride did her thing. Later on, she joined her bridesmaids as they twerked to another song. 

 Social media users have reacted to the video, saying it was nice since it didn't happen in Nigeria. Others have bashed the bride's outfit, citing the fact that it was too revealing. 

 “Definitely not a Naija setting so she's good.”— Lumiandthecity 

 “See as wife just naked herself for everybody, even husband friend, husband family, husband papa don see wife yansh. It is well.”— @de_best 

 “I just want to know if her parents are there.”— @_dromo 

 “It’s her day. She gets to do whatever she wants so far her man is cool with it. Nigerian setting left the group chat sha.”— @owominiree_ 

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