- An interesting and somewhat ridiculous tale is currently making the rounds on social media
- According to rumours on Twitter, a painter is soon to become a father of children delivered by two university students
- It was gathered that the painter who had been contracted to paint a female hostel at a university has impregnated two students of the institution
Social media can undoubtedly be a toxic place for some, but it definitely has its upsides. The internet is where people can laugh away their sorrows or find humour in serious situations.
Every other day on Twitter, issues with that has people talking starts to trend as people react to it in either a humorous or sad way, depending on what the news is.
Recently on Twitter, the story of a painter who impregnated two university students has become a topic of discussion.
According to rumours on the social media streets, a painter who had been contracted to paint a female hostel at the University of Ibadan also ended up impregnating two students of the institution.
In a recorded WhatsApp chat posted on the microblogging site, it was gathered that the incident happened at Queens Hall.
The students had reportedly started a casual and intimate relationship with the painter who was contracted to work during the renovation of Queens Hall.
Briefly.co.za gathered that it was also said that one of the students got rid of the pregnancy due to shame while the other claims to be very much in love with him and is considering marriage.
Internet users have since reacted to the development and many of them seem to be seeing only the humorous and ‘colourful’ side of the situation.
Read some reactions to the report below:
Bammie said: "The painter worked on the girl, now she’s a piece of art"
Waziri tweeted: "After spending four years in UI I no see babe yansh. But in less than 2weeks painter don yansh two babes #uipainter"
Boluendowed wrote: "Is it safe to say that the #uipainter was on the Queens Child project?"
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