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Fenty Fail! This Man HIGHlariously Misunderstood His New Wife’s Request For A Highlighter & Brush!

This is just too funny.

Charlema Webb‘s husband was trying to do something sweet for their one month wedding anniversary, but sadly, found himself at the center of a HIGHlarious Fenty fail. After Mrs. Webb requested her man snag her some Fenty Beauty products, husband Vincent Webb attempted to hunt down the Rihanna-made goodies at local drug stores.

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Clearly unaware of the coveted items he was looking for, he returned home with SHARPIE highlighters and a hairbrush. Honestly, this man’s sincerity is so sweet. We can’t even be mad at him!

The newlywed took to Facebook last week and, alongside the snap (above), wrote:

“So my wonderful new husband Vincent Webb asked what I wanted for our 1 month wedding anniversary. I told him I wanted a highlighter and a brush to go with it. I said I preferred Fenty but was open to anything that popped.

Vince says “Stink after going to a few drug stores I couldn’t find no Fenty but I got you sharpie because they are the best highlighters and they been around for a cool minute”. 😂😂😂😂!!!!!! Thank you for my present baby but….😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
I don’t think I ever laughed so hard in my life!!!! #Newlyweds”

We’re SO dead. This is the funniest thing we’ve seen this week!!

Thankfully, RiRi’s beauty company caught wind of the story and has since offered to send Charlema “the real thing.” Fenty Beauty responded on Twitter:

AH-Mazing!! Oh, and congratulations to Charlema and Vincent on their nuptials!!

[Image via Charlema Webb/Facebook & WENN.]

Read more: http://perezhilton.com/cocoperez/2018-05-23-fenty-beauty-viral-news-story-husband-buys-woman-actual-highlighters-and-brush



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