Tuesday, October 11

Mahlatse Ramatseba

Our Perfect wedding's most outrageous episodes.

Our Perfect wedding's most outrageous episodes.

Mzansi magic has given a platform to viewers who prefer tying the knot and have the entire world witness it in admiration.  When there's a wedding in progress the most famous words you'll hear from the Groom and bride are "I want all eyes on us, we'll the selfish ones normally say all eyes on me ". Mzansi magic has made that possible by allowing anyone with that wish to appear on TV absolutely mahala.

But let's be realistic, with every fame comes a bit of burden. Be it a few seconds of fame or not. I always say those with heavy secrets or problems should please never step forward to the media, unless you beat the paparazi at their own game and cone clean before they feast on it. Two most dramatic episodes of our perfect wedding, the first one was when the groom got arrested for making a fraud cheque to pay for the venue. That episodes lesson was pure proof that black people can sometimes live lives they can't afford just to impress people who don't even care. Black child you are disappointing Biko.
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Sunday's episode was quiet cliché actually. The groom was marrying for the second time yet pretended to be holier than thou. His first wife whom he hid from the media was apparently shocked to see her husband on TV on Sunday. It's a bit weird if you ask me because we all know that Our perfect wedding isn't a live show,it's recorded so as his wife how could the news have not gotten to her on the actual wedding day? Or maybe they don't have mutual friends. Well we could ask our selves a million questions but we will never get the answers. The lesson there was be you and own all your burdens like your life depends on it, tell your story how you want it to be understood or else they will tell it how they see fit.

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