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Davido and Chioma stun in matching second outfit while representing the Edo culture

Davido and Chioma in Edo cultural outfit.

Davido and Chioma’s wedding is the gift that keeps on giving because they’re so much going on when it comes to activity at their wedding ceremony.

The two lovebirds wore traditional Edo culture outfits in honor of Davido’s late mother, who was from Edo State.

Davido wore a long white jacket of some sorts, with a white shirt underneath, which he paired with a blue traditional Edo cultural skirt.

While Davido’s Edo cultural outfit was simple, the traditional red beads and beaded cap helped to emphasize the culture of Edo people properly.

Chioma on the other hand wore a white brocade dress with gold colored beads, which were attached and styled to look like dropping chandeliers, both around her neckline and the hem of her dress.

Complete with a white ‘Gele’ and a white neck beads, Chioma looked like a proper Edo bride in her gorgeous outfit.

This is their second outfit of the day, and they haven’t disappointed when it comes to authenticity and style.

Recall that their first outfit came in matching maroon colors, and Kemi Filani reported on a loving video of the latest couple acting all loved up.

Both the couple and their fans have been super excited about this wedding, as there has been a massive show of love from different people.

There has basically been no trace of drama related to this wedding, apart from Israel DMW’s little stunt with Davido’s Lawyer Prince on his social media account.

Isrsael DMW posted a picture of the groomsmen, congratulating Davido for his wedding, but he blurred out Prince’s face, which served as a reminder that they aren’t in good terms.

Recall that when Davido fired Prince as his Lawyer, Israel DMW openly celebrated, and this got netizens truly irked because he faced a lot of backlash.

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