It’s never too late to have your white wedding!
That’s the lesson a lot of people learned with this weekend episodes, but I wouldn’t think the MC saw the age of the couple as most of his remarks were inappropriate and he was way too young.
This is how Mr. and Mrs. Sikhona story goes: Ntombifuthi Dlamini (56) and Vusi Sikhosana (60) met at Madonsela’s restaurant in 1989. “That’s when Vusi made a move on me, and told me he loved me,” she says. Vusi says he and his colleagues from Carbo Chem were regulars at the place because they used to go there after work. Ntombifuthi didn’t get a good impression from Vusi initially.
“I was scared of him. He seemed like someone who might leave me high and dry. I didn’t trust him. I played hard to get. He kept coming to my work to tell me how much he loved me. Vusi, however, had been instantly smitten. “Out of all the girls I had met, she was the most beautiful. The girls I used to know back then were busybodies.
She didn’t agree to date him right away. “There was a marathon passing through town and he asked me to go with him. When he arrived, he expressed his love for me. That’s when I also agreed to date him after having toyed with him for a long time. When Ntombifuthi fell pregnant, she says she hid it from her mother. “I was afraid to go home because my mother would shout at me.” That’s when Vusi decided to pay lobola. “I sacrificed certain luxuries in order to save up and speed up the lobola process so I could have her,” he says. “I had already stolen and was living with her because I didn’t want other men to steal her.
She faced challenges with Vusi’s family though. “I stayed with him and we had a proper wedding. We had a gifting ceremony and he paid lobola, he did everything on his own because we were facing hardships. It was hard. When a woman gets married into another family, the transition is never nice. It was hard, more so because they didn’t approve of my marriage. It’s painful to get married when the mother-in-law is no longer alive. If there was a mother-in-law, it would have been nice. I would have accepted my mother-in-law being harsh with me. What hurts is that I was harassed by his sisters and cousins.”
She says she wasn’t properly welcomed into his family so they’re doing the wedding again.
I’ve even given her my bank cards because she’s the homemaker. She’s responsible for everything. She knows all my bank PIN numbers. I know nothing. I show my love to her by being faithful.
How Juicy but the juiciest part is the video below though a lot of people thought the aunty was rude you can have a look at it:
— lylo (@lylo321) December 8, 2019
Haibo guys, a sense some bad vibes from gal, firstly she threw gifts then her speech to the bride 👰 🙊#OurPerfectWedding
— Puleng (@PulengRamphi) December 8, 2019
So they having that awkward cake cutting (sex) speech even at a wedding yabantu who are 60 years old 😩😩😩😩somebody needs to put a stop to that speech #OurPerfectWedding
— Vuyolwethu (@Vuyo_Ngcemu) December 8, 2019
#ourperfectwedding He keeps talking about his bank cards 😂😂😂 Ke worried.
— Ma-Bank-Book (@mama_mzamo) December 8, 2019
— Precious lamula (@Scrirocco) December 8, 2019
These cake speeches or talks are annoying and dirty. ZIYEKENI ke #OurPerfectWedding
— Selunathi (@selu_nathi) December 8, 2019
— plus+ (@Thobeko_D) December 8, 2019
— Boitumelo (@leballo_bf) December 8, 2019
Which moment was the best for, cake, decor or perhaps the makeup? Let’s hear from you! Sound off on the comment box below.