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Bride Cancels Wedding And Breaks Up With Fiancé After Not Getting Her ‘Kardashian’ Nuptial





A woman’s Facebook post had gone viral when she canceled her wedding broke up with her fiancé because she wasn’t happy with what was going on. The bride-to-be is blaming her friends and family for not sending enough money so that she could afford her dream wedding.

Netizens wondered if the post was real. Fact or fiction, this story is indeed a wild ride into the very real phenomenon that weddings make people do crazy things.

There’s bridezilla — and then there’s this woman, who is only known as “Susan.”

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The post starts off with the writer, “Susan,” expressing sadness that her upcoming wedding has been canceled. She then talks about her plan to delete her Facebook account and backpack in South America, “exploring my soul and ridding myself of toxic energy brought on by my friends and family.”

Someone who identified herself as her cousin said that “Susan” had always been entitled but was never this obnoxious.

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The cousin allegedly said that “Susan”had gotten deeply into the Kardashians, social media, and designer labels the past years.

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“Susan” wrote:

“We managed to save up nearly $15,000 for a wedding … A local psychic told us to go with the more expensive option, and we thought why the hell not? … Our dream wedding amounted to $60K — all included with flights to Aruba. All we asked was for a little help from our friends and family to make it happen. I SPECIFICALLY, I mean SPECIFICALLY asked for cash gifts.”

She then noted that she “only asked each guest for $1,500” as a gift.

The bride was appalled after just eight people RSVP’d and sent checks, while the GoFundMe page set up by the couple only netted $250.

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Even Susan’s childhood best friend backed out as maid of honor over the bizarre request.

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“Susan” was so upset with her family and friends that she didn’t hold back in cursing at them for not making her dreams come true.

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