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My fiance’s female best friend called me ‘jealous, controlling, and petty’ when I refused her suggestion for our wedding

A FRUSTRATED woman has opened up about her beef with her fiance’s female best friend.

She explained she was called “jealous, controlling, and petty” after she refused his pal’s suggestion for her own wedding.


A frustrated woman opened up about the fight she had with her fiance’s female best friend (stock image)[/caption]

The Redditor shared the wedding drama in a viral post.

She explained that she intended to have an unconventional August wedding with her fiance, Matt.

“We’ve decided we want a non-traditional wedding that disregards stereotypical gender roles so my younger brother can be my man of honor,” she said.

“Matt was onboard with this idea and wanted his best friend, Jenna, to be his best maid. He and Jenna have been friends since middle school.

“When his mom passed away back in high school, Jenna and her family were a huge support system for him. Now, they’re like family to him.”

The Redditor explained that she’d never been close with Jenna despite her best efforts.

“I never really got along with Jenna. Since she’s so close with Matt, I’ve tried to connect with her, but I always got the feeling she has a crush on him. Matt shares this sentiment,” she said.

In the past, Jenna’s made “passive-aggressive digs” on her appearance and behavior.

“I’ve tried talking to her about how that upsets me, but she told me she thought, ‘That’s how girlfriends play around with each other.’

“I’ve talked to Matt about it, and he went and confronted her for me. Afterward, we agreed it would be best if I didn’t hang out with her anymore.

“That was years ago, but now she’s back and making requests for the wedding that make me uncomfortable. For example, she tried to convince me to change the colors to better suit her skin tone.”

Despite the irritating situation, the Redditor felt that she’d handled it as best as she could.

“I would like to pat my own back here and say I’ve been super chill about all of this, and Matt’s been a peach intervening for me.

“But her most recent idea was to walk Matt down the aisle; since I already didn’t want to be walked down the aisle, it would be a perfect gender role reversal.

“Matt thought this was a pretty fun idea. The way his face lit up probably would have convinced me to go along with it if she didn’t word it in such a creepy way.

“She said that since Matt’s mother is no longer here, she should be the one to ‘give him away.’ To clarify, I chose not to be walked down the aisle because I find the whole ‘giving away’ thing to be a little gross and outdated.

“I suggested that Matt and I walk down the aisle together. And she told me that Matt’s mother actually knew her and would approve of her filing in that place instead of me.”

In an attempt to have a private conversation with her fiance about the decision, she tried to bring him into a different room.

“I grabbed Matt’s arm and led him away for a private conversation. I was explaining how that crossed the lines of what I was comfortable with considering her crush on him,” she said.

“She barged [into] the room, hurling accusations at me. She called me jealous, controlling, petty, and manipulative.”

The insults wrapped up her decision immediately.

“I admit I snapped and told her she’s not walking him, and that’s final, and if she kept pushing me, she would be uninvited.

“She ended up running out of the room in tears. Matt told me I could have handled that better, and I can’t go making that kind of decision without his input, even if they are just empty threats.

“I feel like he’s right and I do feel bad about what I said, but I honestly think she deserved the wake-up slap.”

Although her fiance thought she went a little too far, people felt that she didn’t go far enough.

“She barged in on your private conversation, throwing accusations, and she is STILL invited to the wedding?” asked one commenter.

“Be f**king for real.”

“If it were me, she would be removed from our lives and wedding unless she gave you a rightfully deserved apology and backed off – if you decided to forgive her,” agreed another.

“If someone made my partner uncomfortable reasonably so, I would 100% back my partner up and respect their boundaries.”

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