Woman gets trolled after sharing experience with a 'rude' job seeker

Woman gets trolled after sharing experience with a 'rude' job seeker

A young Nigerian lady based in Canada has become the topic of discussion for many Nigerians on Twitter. The woman, identified as Taiwo, is currently being trolled by Nigerians after she narrated her experience with a job seeker.

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The lady had taken to the micro-blogging platform to narrate how she shut down a job seeker who complimented her.

According to her, she interviewed a job seeker and after the interview the man had complimented her saying that she smells nice. She stated that she immediately told him that he is rude for saying as much.

Taiwo had claimed that the job seeker had left the office looking stupid after she replied him. According to her, some men do not have manners.

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This young lady, who is now trending on Twitter due to backlash she has been receiving from annoyed Nigerians, has made her Twitter account private. Her twin sister, Kehinde, had also made her account private because people also came for her.

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Nigerians took to the micro-blogging platform to express their opinion about the lady's reaction. Many noted that the lady is arrogant to describe someone as rude just because the job seeker gave her a compliment and she happens to be in a position power.

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Some Nigerians took to the platform to note that the lady probably smells bad and she was furious that the job seeker lied to her about her smelling nice.

Others were just disappointed about the lady's reaction to the compliment the job seeker had given her. Many of them insulted her and even dragged her twin sister into the insult for defending her.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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