Each time a bride-to-be goes viral, it’s either her DMs are filled with a mess, or she’s celebrated for a unique act. This is so true, and a good example is a young woman named Kay. The mom-of-three from Chandler, Arizona, recently uploaded of herself donning a wedding dress because her fiancé isn’t on Twitter.
Kay, a mom-of-three from Chandler, Arizona, uploaded of herself donning a wedding dress because her fiancé isn’t on Twitter
mamakayponz -ViaKay, 25, was all excited as she posed for the photograph in her stunning white gown with a plunging neckline at a bridal store. “My man doesn’t have Twitter, so everyone looks at my wedding dress.” Kay captioned her post. The dress's feedback was pretty overwhelmingly positive, but it turned out a few, particularly men, were prepared to drop sleazy messages.
The dress's feedback was overwhelmingly positive, but it turned out a few men opted for sleazy messages
mamakayponz -ViaIn a separate tweet, Kay revealed how far her photo had traveled and that one stranger attempted sending it to her man on Facebook. “They tried to send him a picture of my wedding dress. My fiancé blocked him and didn’t open the message, thank God.” Kay explained.
A man identified as Jord Simpson had attempted sending it to her man on Facebook
mamakayponz -ViaShe later joked in another tweet: “I didn’t know it was going to go viral. Worst case scenario, he sees it, and it’s not a surprise. I still get to marry him. That what matters.” Kay explained that her DMs were flooded with flirty messages from men after they spotted the picture.
Kay's DMs were flooded with flirty messages from men after they spotted the picture
Kay shared a screenshots for proof: