Meet the Ghanaian groom who used his funny dance moves to win hearts and went viral

Meet the Ghanaian groom who used his funny dance moves to win hearts and went viral

A Ghanaian groom has warmed hearts on social media with his dance moves on his wedding day

The man who appeared very excited to be marrying the love of his life, entertained his guests with his funny dance moves

A video of his wedding reception went viral online and he has been receiving accolades ever since

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A Ghanaian groom has won many hearts with his rather funny dance moves during his wedding reception owing to how excited he was to have married his best friend.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the groom and his bride who were both wearing white attires were seen exhibiting their moves on the dancefloor.

What caught the attention of many was the fact that the groom, who appeared so excited, showed off some very funny dance moves which got his guests cheering him on.

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The man who had married a rather taller woman than himself was seen entertaining his fans with his dance moves as he moved to his wife and rubbed her backside.

Apparently, the bride indicated that during the wedding, lights had gone off but due to her husband's theatrics all her fans were happy.

She went on to add that power was however restored in the course of the day and everything went smoothly.

Her comment read:

roselynkitsi: "At the beginning my wedding was about to do yawa due to light out but I thank God it ended well cos my husband is funny"

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young Ghanaian man who has relocated to the United States of America, Jonas Twene, has managed to gain some sort of popularity with his self-recorded videos.

The young man is noted for trolling Ghana as he compares the West African state's level of development to that of America.

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To Jonas Twene, Ghana is developing at a snail's pace as compared to that of USA and goes on to add that nothing really works in Ghana.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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