- A Nigerian father who was meant to feed his daughters with cereal decided to tease the toddlers and eat their food
- In a video that emerged on social media, the daughters opened their mouths to receive the food only for the dad to change his mind and feed himself instead
- While many people on social media found the video funny, others protested on behalf of the kids
A Nigerian father has got people talking on social media after a video of him emerged in which he could be seen eating his daughters' cereal after teasing the girls.
In the video that was posted on Twitter by @maazi_chinedu, the girls sat on his laps as he pretended as though he was going to feed them, only to end up putting the food in his own mouth.
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The kids still believed he was going to feed them but each time the father tried putting the spoon in their mouths, he would change his mind and put it in his own instead.
It got to a point that one of the girls refused to open her mouth when she realised that the man was only interested in his own stomach.
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"I know kids that would do this only to suddenly swallow the food when you are carried away."
"U joke with my child like this, we will have serious issues."
"These children haven't embraced their black heritage... Too calm!"
"Can't be my son. Man would have started crying after the first tease and if that doesn't work, he would have snatched the spoon."
An interesting father-daughter moment
A Nigerian man simply identified as Ololade got promoted in the US Army and the amazing moment he was decorated got many people talking.
The clip which was shared by his family member, @D_urbanpluslady, disclosed that the man's daughter was a bit dramatic when she was pinning the new badge on her dad.
After a formal statement on why he and others were being promoted, Ololade's wife and daughter approached him with the man kneeling.
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