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Disrespectful Bridesmaids Turn Up Wearing Crocs On A Wedding




  • TikTok user @gabyrojas992 uploaded a video showing bridesmaids wearing Crocs shoes on a wedding.
  • The said video has attracted mixed reactions online as some netizens described the women as “disrespectful.”
  • Gabby later clarified that it was all a prank and they actually wore heels during the ceremony.

A viral video on TikTok has recently gained mixed reactions from netizens. The short clip featured bridesmaids wearing purple Crocs during a wedding day. While the stunt has made some people laugh, others aren’t exactly thrilled about the bridesmaids’ questionable decision to don the ugly footwear on such a special day.

The video was uploaded on TikTok by user @gabyrojas992, captioning it “When she said no to crocs.”

Apparently, it was all a prank as the bride has previously reminded them to never wear Crocs on the event. So they intentionally did it while filming her reaction and then eventually sharing the footage on social media for the world to see.

So far, the video has already received more than 8.4 million views on TikTok.

As mentioned earlier, some netizens reacted negatively about the viral video.

One commenter wrote, “The disrespect is real… you would not be in my pictures,” as another agreed, “Yeah you would’ve not been in my wedding anymore.”

Meanwhile, another said, “I would have laughed so hard! Knowing my friends they would do this but definitely as a joke with a change in shoes. Not something to be pressed over.”

Gabby later posted a follow-up video calrifying that the bridesmaids actually wore heels during the ceremony and only used Crocs for the wedding photos.


Part 2 for my loving females… we had heels during the ceremony and showed up to pictures in our crocs 😂😂 #mexicanlife#idaho#weddings

♬ Get Croc’d – Curtis Roach

Still, other commenters continued to express displeasure about the prank.

“Regardless if it was a joke or not the disrespect on her wedding day to do the opposite of what she wanted is just [wrong],” someone said.

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