- Parents often have their reasons for the choice of names they give to their children
- This must have been the reason why a young man with the Twitter handle @arthyy_m was named Martha, which is a female name
- Martha took to his Twitter page to express his displeasure over the name and jokingly said he would never forgive his father for the name he was given
A man with the Twitter handle @arthyy_m has taken to social media to express his displeasure over the name his father gave him, jokingly saying he would never forgive him.
@arthyy_m was Christened Martha, which is a female name. Expressing his displeasure over the name, the young man wrote:
"I love my dad but I'll never forgive him for naming me Martha. Like I get it you loved your mom but I'm a boy dude??"
Tweeps took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on the name.
A Twitter user with the handle @Diamondarl wrote:
"You sure dad didn't want a girl but got you instead?"
"My ex colleague is Solomon and she's asked her parents why they did this to her and they laugh."
"Bro did you know that you can walk into any Home Affairs offices of your choice and change your name any day you like! Because wtf bro!"
Below are other reactions:
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a Nigerian father, Felix Obazee, the CEO of Fionet Security Services, has said that in order to give his child, Uyiogosa, quality parenting, he had to make him work in his company.
While sharing his post on LinkedIn, the man posted photos of his child dressed in the company’s security uniform.
In the post, he posed rhetorical questions, asking people if they would choose to teach their children their business or shield them with the flimsy talk that they do not want them to suffer.
Felix thanked God for the grace that was given to him to bring up responsible children, people that would become leaders of their generation. His post on the platform received numerous reactions as many commended his parenting style and how his story inspired them.
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Source: Briefly News