A mild drama unfolded between gospel singer Moses Bliss and an overzealous fan who posted his wedding invitation on social media.
The fan, identified as David Oyase, took to Facebook to share a picture of the package delivered to intended guests, which included an invitation card, a bottle of wine, and a towel embroidered with Moses and his fiancée’s name, Marie Wiseborn.
David also disclosed that the wedding is scheduled to take place in Ghana in February and extended his congratulations to the couple.
Upon seeing the post, Moses Bliss expressed displeasure with the fan for publicly sharing the invitation card and exposing sensitive details about his wedding online. He then requested that the fan delete the post.
“Mr. David, please take down my private invitation card, please!!!” Moses Bliss commented.
However, the fan adamantly refused to remove it, stating that he cannot promote the singer’s music and now that it comes to his marriage, he wants to keep it private. He specifically stated that “he won’t agree”.
See the exchange below,
The incident has sparked mixed reactions on social media, with many standing with David’s decision not to take down the post. Read some comments below,
@mayorsoj wrote, “He can’t be doing a private wedding when he isn’t even praying or singing in private.”
@poshest_hope wrote, “E reach proposal, you people didn’t allow us breeefff. The main the main has reached, you want it private. Taa! It’s not possible”
@eniola_sarah wrote, “Why will you keep your wedding invitation private when you made the proposal publicly?? We are all involved in this make the pers0n raise am wella”.