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Woman Can’t Hold Back Her Tears After Mom Gifts Her A Brand New Car On Her Wedding Day- Watch

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A Nigerian lady is trending after her emotional reaction moments after her mother gifted her a brand new car on her wedding day caught the attention of internet users.

The lady who was only identified as Titi walked down the aisle with her husband in Nigeria. After the duo were done with the wedding formalities, Titi’s mum asked her and her husband to come out of the church to meet the surprise she has for them.

Titi’s mum would be heard speaking their native language (Yoruba) and said she’s glad she’s making this gesture because she’s proud of her daughter. The lady in turn lost control of her emotions as she could not believe her eyes.

Watch the video below:



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