A woman is using TikTok to raise awareness about safe drinking after she and her husband had a tragic drinking experience at their wedding.
In the video below, which has received over 6 million views and 500,000 likes, TikToker Brandy Billy shares an emotional story that has garnered over 6 million views and 500,000 likes.
Billy claims that her husband’s drink was secretly ordered off at their wedding. Billy expressed concern in the video’s caption that her husband might faint before the wedding.
To help him regain his composure before the ceremony, Billy gave her future husband some fresh air to help him regain his composure. Billy tries to get her groom, who is obviously high on drugs, to say his wedding vows.
“I can’t. I can’t. “I apologize,” Billy’s groom said. The couple nearly shed tears.
“Shall we keep you out of the heat for a while?” She responded as she hugged Billy. Then, Billy advised her to have a nurse examine her husband.
The wedding proceeded despite the unfortunate setback. It is evident throughout the remainder of TikTok that Groom continues to struggle with his side effects.
Billy concludes by describing the aftermath of the marriage: her husband undergoes a drug test, and the wedding venue assists Billy in determining who refilled the drinks at the reception. The couple now knows which guests were responsible and that Adderall was used to spike the drink.
“Many people intentionally combine alcohol and Adderall to prolong the party!” Billy wrote in the caption, “So they put sugar in other people’s drinks and think they’ll be hyped all night.” “We know who it is, and yes, it has been dealt with!”
Adderall is only available with a doctor’s prescription, so recreational use is risky. Adderall is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy, according to the Mayo Clinic. Serious side effects of Adderall are rare, but they can include an irregular heartbeat, nausea, sweating, vomiting, trouble breathing, confusion, feeling like you’re going to pass out, hallucinations, and seizures.