In a shocking turn of events, a man recently called off his impending wedding and decided to end his relationship with his fiancée, just days before the scheduled ceremony.
The man, who chose to remain anonymous, shared his story through an anonymous text message sent to Twitter influencer Wizarab, shedding light on the jaw-dropping reasons behind his decision.
The root of the issue? A staggering demand for a wedding that would have cost a whopping N17 million (Ksh3160725 ).
According to the man, his fiancée insisted on an elaborate and extravagant wedding that he believed was excessive and wasteful.
The man expressed his reluctance to spend such a substantial amount of money solely on a wedding ceremony.
In his text message, the man explained that he was not willing to invest such a massive sum into a single event, which he viewed as an unnecessary expense.
The prospect of allocating Ksh 3160725 million to a wedding left him questioning the financial sensibility of the decision.
Ultimately, he reached the conclusion that he could not proceed with the wedding under such extravagant terms.
Taking a resolute stance, the man not only called off the wedding but also made a life-altering decision to relocate to Singapore, leaving his former fiancée behind. He shared that despite persistent efforts from the woman’s family to mend the situation, he remained firm in his decision.
The story sparked a flurry of reactions on Twitter, with users expressing a range of opinions. Many were astounded by the sheer magnitude of the financial demand, questioning the necessity of such an exorbitant expenditure on a single event. Others weighed in on traditional gender roles and expectations within relationships.
While some Twitter users empathized with the man’s decision to prioritize financial prudence, others were baffled by the scale of the demand and the resulting fallout. The story serves as a reminder of the complexities that can arise within relationships, particularly when financial expectations and priorities come into play.