VIDEO: 'Aggressive' Groom's Disturbing Wedding Prank Might Lead To Divorce

By Dave Basner

January 22, 2021

Plenty of couples choose to take part in wedding day traditions - throwing the bouquet, having a first dance, and of course, feeding each other some of the wedding cake. Sometimes the cake feeding can be romantic and other times playful, but the way it went down at one recent wedding has a lot of people worried for the bride.

The newlywed posted video of the scene on TikTok. In the footage, she jokingly wipes a small piece of cake on her new husband's face. In response, he grabs their entire five-tier cake and hurls it at her in a seemingly aggressive way. The impact of the dessert slamming into her face causes her to stumble backwards.

Here's how it all went down from a different angle:

Many commenters were shocked by what they saw, with one writing, "Ohhhh HELLLL NO!!!! Major RED FLAG," and another stating, "Divorce on the next level." Someone else wrote, "That's not just aggressive but so embarrassing??? If he's comfortable doing that in front of all her friends and fam... scary." Another person added, "You can literally see his mood change to anger and he THREW that cake, leave him sis he's abusive."

The bride disagrees though, saying, "This is us and it was funny to everyone. I'm sorry that you have a different sense of humor."

To prove that she and her husband plan to fulfill the "happily ever after" part of their vows, she posted a video that gives a glimpse into how much they love each other.

Even still, some people weren't buying it, with one commenter saying, "Girl we believe you love him. It’s the other way around for us. This is scary because that’s not love. No matter how many 'couple photos' you post."

The bride seems to be leaning in to everything though. She changed her TikTok bio to "A CAKE never hurt anyone 😂"

You can follow her here.

Photo: Getty Images

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