When love and affection thumps into a man's soul, it can make a man do crazy things. This was substantiated by a Nairobian man during the birthday party of his girlfriend.
As we are knowledgeable, Kenyan birthdays are distinguished by cakes, gifts, booze, and tons of merry-making. The birthday festivity was not just any ordinary birthday party.
The party had all of the above, but one thing was so distinct. The birthday cake stole the event. Normal birthday cakes are made of sugar, wheat, chocolates, and decorated with the name of the birthday person.
The said cake had all these ingredients and tons of cash in it. The largest chunk of the cake was 1000 bills. The bills were interconnected to create a strip of cash.
When the lady pulled out the cash from the cake, it emerged a continual and extensive strip of cash. Undoubtedly, the man is setting a standard of how birthday surprises should look like prompting other men to up their game.
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