I've never met Dr Sid's fiancé, Simi Osomo and I've never heard anything about her but everytime I see a picture of her I can't stop fawning over her. She's just so adorable and has something innately innocent about her. Even when she's in a two piece bikini she still manages to look virginal.
I was surprised to read on Linda Ikeji's blog earlier today that she had disinvited her friends who didn't show up for her Bachelorette party in Las Vegas, USA.
"Yes, she invited a few close female pals but she wasn't paying for accommodation or flight and most of them didn't think it was worth it. It was a bachelorrette party, not a wedding and Vegas is an expensive place to visit if you didn't plan for it" a close source said, according to LIB.
Subject: Bachelorette Party
I''m emailing in regards to my bachelorette party in Vegas. I wanted to give you the benefit of the doubt that, out of courtesy and regard for me, you would have communicated to me or Titi in advance that you will not be able make the trip.
I communicated with you on different occasions beforehand and at no point did you tell me you couldn't make it or at least mention your reasons for not showing up. Titi spent a lot of time, effort and money planning the Vegas trip, with a lot on the itinerary already paid for, but you couldn't be considerate enough to respond to the final email confirming arrival dates and times saying you couldn't make it.
After careful thought of your actions towards me, I would like to let you know formally that you are not invited to Sidney and I's wedding. I would like to share it with the ones who truly care and support me - friends I can count on, who equally hold me in high regard.
Thanks & God bless.
From the mail it's pretty obvious that she was more upset about them not expressing their intentions not to attend, which is actually very understandable. But if what Linda reported is true then I have to ask Nne beht why? I mean...
Ok, maybe that's just how the cool kids/rich kids roll, and if that's the case then I'm naturally out of my depth here and have no business writing this post at all. But if it's not then I think it was selfish and self-serving to invite your friends in Nigeria to your Bachelorette party in the US. USA is not Dubai o! LOL. And expect them to take care of their flights and accomodation and other expenses, just for your Bachelorette party and then get mad when they don't show up... (I'm guessing this isn't the whole story in which case I tender my unreserved apology).
Do you guys think Simi's action is justified? But wait, shouldn't her "close" friends just have told her "babe stop being silly. Las Vegas ni Last Vegas ko" instead of watching her make lofty plans and probably doing *yimu* at her back?
More importantly please why do brides not factor in their friends' finances when making plans especially as regards Aso Ebi, Bridesmaids's dresses and certain destination weddings among other things?
I mean, have you ever felt a knot in your throat like you're on the verge of breaking down and giving in to a bout of hot tears when you're paying for a friend's Aso Ebi?
One's weddings ought not be a punishment to her friends.