Nigerian fashion designer, Veekee James, has faced significant backlash on social media for seemingly overshadowing her employee at her wedding.

The stylist, who recently got engaged to her lover Femi, graced the wedding ceremony in style last weekend and was honored as the ‘mother of the day’.

She took to her Instagram page to share a video of her grand arrival and entrance at the wedding venue.

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In the video, Veekee, who wore a stunning white traditional attire, was seen stepping out of her car to the cheers and adulation of the aso-ebi girls, all clad in purple.

As if that was not enough, she also danced into the hall with the ladies, drawing everyone’s attention to her.

She captioned the post, “POV: It’s your staff’s wedding, and her colleagues just had to show out with their boss.”

The clip has sparked mixed reactions on social media, with many criticizing Veekee for seemingly trying to outshine her employee on her wedding day.

See some comments from her fellow celebrities below,

In addition, read more unreserved comments from some of her followers as you scroll,

@chichilondon_14 wrote, “But it’s not ur day…Nawa oo. It’s not even about the outfit, it’s the fact she made it look like it’s her trad with her employees looking like her bridesmaids.”

@xokudaxo wrote, “This is a really beautiful dress! I lovve your work and have so much respect for you! But honestly did you have to wear white at someone’s else’ wedding? I know you’re her boss… but you look like the bride😅😅”

@nas_orchid wrote, “I thought you were the bride but why outshine her though on her wedding day with praise and drums( color of outfit).. There is time for everything”

@mercy_alexo wrote, “The only problem I have with this is the fact that you wore white to another person’s wedding. Sew whatever style you want but pls if you are not the bride and it’s not an all white party don’t wear white to another person’s wedding. We learn everyday. I love you still❤️”

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