“Is this playing” – Asaba groomsmen wear skirts to a church wedding (Watch Video)

"Is this playing" - Asaba groomsmen wear skirts to a church wedding (Watch Video)

Although kilts are traditionally a Scottish outfit, some Nigerians seem to be embracing the style and giving it their own unique spin.

A wedding ceremony’s video and images have appeared on social media, and they have the internet buzzing.

Blogger @ tosinsilverdam claims that the marriage took place in a Christ Embassy church in Asaba, Delta state.

It also noticed a group of males who appeared to be groomsmen and were wearing white and yellow outfits.

The guys may be seen in the picture wearing yellow kilts over white pleated skirts over tuxedos.

Unlike his groomsmen, the groom was seen in the footage wearing trousers.

Look at the article below:

Social media users react to photo of men in skirts


“Meanwhile, abeg make una sharap. What is wrong if they choose to dress this way? Isn’t this a Scottish style? Wetin do am if they choose to do the unusual? With una bala blue busy body.”


“Are u sure they are grooms men? Cos Christ Embassy doesn’t allow this. I am a member.”


“Abeg make I no talk today before them go find me come house cute men “


“The fact groom stood on the car shows how irresponsible he is.”


“Lol…strong men…if you know you know.”


“That is Scott land people’s traditional dressing. After all we dey follow white people dressing when going to wedding, so nothing is wrong with their dressing.”


“Abakaliki people and werey activities are 5 and 6 “


“Why the groom no follow wear skirt wait first fear no go let This men open legs o everything go just Dey ground “


“This one no concern me I no fit put mouth,by the way their dressing isn’t that bad.”


“This is Scottish, there’s nothing wrong with the dressing.”


“It’s called a kilt Nigerians oooooo!!! Originally worn by men in Scotland. Please educate yourselves so you don’t sound daft when you come to the internet with your unsolicited opinions “


“It’s semblance of a Kilt. It’s Scottish outfit usually worn for weddings or other important occasions.”


“Just dey behave anyhow. Are they Scottish?”

Author: Thecuteceleb

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