‘I Wasn’t Trying To Upstage You,’ Insists Mom Who Denies Ruining Daughter’s Wedding

‘I Wasn’t Trying To Upstage You,’ Insists Mom Who Denies Ruining Daughter’s Wedding


You say that she ruined your wedding. How? Yes, I had already been going through enough. Things had taken place prior to the night prior to the wedding. First of all, my mother made me late for my wedding day. We had a lot going on in that morning. My mother decides to go get hair done right before I had to be at the church. My father was the one that had to drive me to go get her. So he’s holding my hand while driving my vehicle to go pick her up. I paid for both her and my sister to have their hair done. She decides, even on top that, to be selfish to get her hair done and not my sister. She takes flowers out of the bouquet that I made and places it in my sister’s hair and calls it a hairdo. Then she comes to the wedding, and she decides she wants to catch the Holy Ghost–
What do you mean she waits ’til right before the wedding to go get her hair done? Like day of the wedding. She was supposed to be scheduled to have her hair done the day prior to the wedding. I had already paid for everything. The only person that should’ve been going to see their hairdresser was me, and to have my makeup and all the other touch-ups done. She decides the day of that she was gonna go get her hair done.
That’s the first I’m hearing that. That’s the first I’m hearing this stuff here. So well, is that true? That’s the first, no, it’s not true. It’s not true. You didn’t have your hair–
No it’s not true. Done the day of the wedding. I had my hair done the day of the wedding. Me and Tiffany went together. And I said–
We went together? We were in there together. The day before– We were in the hair dresser’s–
Because I got my hair done for my bachelorette party.
No, I remember this. So I had a bachelorette party on my wedding day? Tiffany, yeah, not in your wedding day. You had the night before your wedding day. Exactly.
All right. And you was supposed to have your hair done then. So you were three hours late for this? Yes.
No she wasn’t. Yes, I was.
No, she wasn’t. People were leaving the church. Oh, my God, no, she wasn’t. We weren’t that late. Wow.
It wasn’t three hour long, you. Did you wear a white dress to your daughter’s wedding?
She saw it ’cause I talked to her in Ross’ when I was picking out dresses and I was sending her pictures of it.
Wow, wow. Of that white dress. So I was okay my mother wearing a white dress when I’m supposed to be the only one that should be wearing white? I wasn’t trying to upstage you. I was so happy and proud of you.
So catching the Holy Ghost, catching the Holy Ghost and shouting and falling out in front of the–
Because I was singing, you know what? You know we raised in church. So as, when I say–
You were not raised in church. Yes, I was. Yes, I was.
There’s no way possible. From a child up. You were raised in church. Okay, you–
I sure was. Well, what were you doing? You said she got the Holy Ghost and started dancing around. ‘Cause I’m thinking about. And what were you doing at the time? I was holding my husband’s hand. We were supposed to be starting our ceremony, and I’m squeezing his hand like, Lord Jesus, help me. Was this during your vows? Yes, this was in the middle of us, we were to exchange vows. So you’re exchanging your vows, and your mother did what? She decided she wanna get up there, have good things to say about me. So they passed the mic around right before we’re about to exchange vows. And she somehow, somebody thought it was a good idea to pass her the mic. Oh no, oh no. Tiffany, the pastor said–
And what did she do once she the mic?
Oh my goodness. She decided the first thing that I knew where it was about to go left was when I, she was standing behind me with my bridesmaids, and she says, “And this isn’t gonna be a love song.” Well, what is it supposed to be on my wedding day? So she starts singing, and she gets about two words–
I sang a gospel song.
Into the lyrics. His eyes on the sparrow.
And I touched everybody’s heart. And she starts, and then she just drops the mic. “Woo, thank you, Jesus.” And then my dad as always comes in and just takes her away, like, oh, poor Wanda. Like, no, you just took the light off of me.
It’s not poor Wanda. And you deal with the mother? It’s because what you went through the day before. That’s what made me get excited. This is the one that’s married to a man that don’t deserve her. You’re gonna tell me what I deserve? But you don’t deserve him. I told him that a many a time! Then why didn’t you leave? He knows everything, sister! he knows everything!
He don’t know. Nothing has happened for a long time. Okay, hold on, hold on. So I’m trying to get the picture right here, and. Don’t do this to me! Oh, I am. Okay, hold on. I’m sorry, I get animated. I get animated, I’m sorry, Dr. Phil. I’ve noticed that.

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