Ghanaian couple set record with biggest-ever wedding cake shaped like V8 car (Watch)

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A Ghanaian couple has become an internet sensation after the out-of-the-box cake they used at their wedding reception, the video of which has started gaining momentum online. 

The viral footage which was first shared on the internet by Live Weddings with Kwaku on Instagram, saw the newlywed seated in a big white car made of cake.

As the video depicted, the groom held on firmly to the makeshift wheels of the cake-themed designed car while locking lips with his beautiful bride as guests and family members cheered them on.

The car cake is speculated to be costly, reportedly thousands of cedis. However, a lot of netizens have not been impressed with their flagrancy, and if you happen to hop onto the discussion being generated online, you could come across some of the opposing views.

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Meanwhile, a section of social media has been thrown into a state of mourning after death laid its icy hands on a young Nigerian woman identified as Wasilat Attahir a few hours to her dream wedding.

It was gathered that Wasilat’s wedding was set to hold on Saturday, October 9, in Dutsin-Ma, Katsina State. The sad news was shared on Facebook by a friend of the deceased called Xahreet Uthman Faruq.

She shared the sad news along with her photos that has RIP inscribed on them.

“To Allah we belong and to Him we shall return. What a sad news I just received that you have gone. wasila really miss u. O Allah for the share we will not see again. she is busy saying Zahra if you don’t come to my wedding I won’t excuse you and come to me with Amira. I told her God’s willing I will come but I will not give you. Read more…

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