Tuesday, October 25, 2016

No Nonsense Groom divorces wife for posting their ceremony on snapchat Just two hours after getting married

A principled groom has divorced his bride for posting their ceremony on Snapchat, just two hours after their wedding in Saudi Arabia.

According to Daily Mail, the unidentified couple had a binding agreement not to share pictures or videos of the their ceremony on social media, only for the groom to find out that images of his new wife from the wedding ceremony had been sent to several female friends, prompting an immediate divorce.

Despite the divorce drama causing a huge row between both families, with the bride’s relatives arguing that the

agreement was unfair, and the groom’s relatives arguing that he had been perfectly within his rights to file for divorce.

The bride’s brother in a chat with Saudi daily, Okaz, also confirmed that there was a prenuptial agreement between her sister and her supposed husband which got broken.
‘There was a prenuptial agreement between my sister and her fiancé that she would not use social-media applications such as Snapchat, Instagram or Twitter to post or send her pictures.’


  1. An agreement is an agreement. You can't agree on something and then go back to hide and do otherwise. If she couldn't stay without Social Media, why agree?
    Not everybody enjoys listening to "I am sorry"
    I pray he forgives her and starts all over again cos marriage is for better or worse and that 'worse' could be madam lying and posting pictures.

  2. Agreement or no agreement, he does not love her

  3. @ Anonymous,everybody has his or her stand,divorcing her does not mean he doesn't love her,it's just a matter of trust.Entering the agreement may be a way of testing her level of trust.I hope they will come back together as one.It shows the man is totally not interested in publicizing their wedding ceremony for reasons well known to him/both.


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