- A pregnant woman asks guests who didn't bring a baby shower gift to leave
- The expectant mom asked her Instagram followers if she was right to kick out guests who just came for the food
- Netizens were happy to chirp in on the viral Instagram video, and one commenter said, "She gonna have a rude baby."
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In the clip, she is seen interrupting her partner, who thanked the guests for coming and playing a role in the shower. She expresses that "not everybody" contributed, and some attendees came empty-handed and went on to say:
"If you didn't bring a gift you can get up and go."
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The guests were shocked and broke into laughter, while others had blank stares. Social media joined in on the conversation with their different opinions.
"Uhm don't you know who you invited, meaning you should only invite folks who you know would purchase a gift."
"You not wrong the purpose is to the shower the baby with gifts, the food & drinks are a token of appreciation for doing so. If you don’t plan on showering the baby with a gift then don’t waste the parents money."
"Honey... You already fed them... Guest with & without a gift... Why ask them to leave after the fact? Lol."
"It’s tacky. Should’ve stated that in your invite. I get it, peoplel should bring a gift, that’s low key the point of it BUT if you gonna make it a requirement, state that beforehand."
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"She gonna have a rude baby."
@enjen simply stated:
"Yes that’s wrong!"
"It's the song choice after the announcement that got me. DJ on extra petty too!"
"Nope! That's what it's for, to shower the baby with gifts. Some folks come to eat and win gifts, get out of here."
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Stephen Jabrah, the proud father, revealed his wife delivered twin girls in the comment section of a post by Ghanaian social media influencer, James Annor Tetteh, popularly known as Nana Tea.
In a subsequent Facebook post after he visited the new mom and the twins, Nana Tea said: ''First-ever twins in their family both maternal and paternal.
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