Can't be Ghana: Here’s what was served at Kourtney Kardashian’s wedding reception

In Ghana where wedding guests put a big one on food served at its reception, Kourtney Kardashian's wedding would have been a chaos judging from the small food portion size served at her wedding.

Kourtney's wedding food, not in Ghana

After fixing a wedding date with your partner and budgeting for the dowry, costumes and venues, the next big thing is food that would be served at your reception here in Ghana.

Wedding receptions are now an entire event on its own. A lot of investment is put into food and drinks served to guests; it is more than a food bazar. A wide array of meals, from rice meals to all the local meals are made available for guest to eat there and even package some home. Guests are just sure of food satisfaction when they attend weddings in Ghana.

Interestingly, that was not the case of rich and famous reality star, Kourtney Kardashian's wedding with celebrity drummer, Travis Barker over the weekend. They served a very small pasta portions at the reception.

While kourtney Kardashian and her new husband Travis Barker's wedding was estimated to have cost several million, the food they served at the wedding was nothing to right home about.

Kylie Jenner, the younger sister to Kourtney posted a snap of her minuscule serving of spaghetti on an otherwise empty plate which caused a stir on social media.

With the way Ghanaians are very critical of such things, this would have been synonymous to chaos. The food served would have made major headlines in Ghana for weeks and generated lot of backlash and hilarious posts on social media.

Let's cast our minds back to the many public backlashes self-proclaimed Ghanaian comedienne, Afia Schwar faced for the absence of food at her father's funeral. One would have thought that the people would have shown empathy considering the grief state of the bereaved, but no, Ghanaians did not nonchalant.

If a funeral could bring about such sneers, imagine what it would have been for a wedding, left alone a celebrity wedding. The couples would have had no peace for depriving guests the opportunity of their final belch from eating their their Jollof and Banku and Okro for their second round.

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