- A disappointed man has got people talking after he crashed a date between his girlfriend and another man
- The young man didn't only crash the date, he collected the wig, phone and shoes he had bought for his girlfriend
- The man the lady came for a date with didn't utter a word as the drama unfolded and left a few minutes later
There was a mild drama at an undisclosed restaurant somewhere in Africa when a young man crashed a date between his girlfriend and another man.
Decked in traditional attire, the young man walked into the restaurant and approached his girlfriend to retrieve the items he bought for her.
The items included her straight hair wig, phone and shoes. Despite the lady's protests, the man ensured he collected the items.
The other man with whom the lady was having a date watched as the drama unfolded but decided that there was no point in staying back.
Nigerians on Twitter have reacted to this development.
Tweep with the handle @VictorIsrael_ wrote:
"This King must be really Hurt. That Bone straight hair cost about 300k. If he earns 80k a month & saves 30k monthly, that means he gave up his 10 months savings to buy her that hair. What did he get in return? This king wont trust women again. Let’s remember him in our prayers."
"I'm sure she didn't tell the guy where she was going to OR probably she lied. And from the look of things I believe this guy traced her to this place, he might be suspecting her. In as much as the guy shouldn't have gone that far by stripping her off her wig and shoe but..."
"Dating or not, the moment you give someone a gift it's already theirs. Forcefully collecting it back is tantamount to theft."
In similar news, a man caused quite a stir on social media after tearing down his girlfriend's shack because she cheated on him.
In a video making the rounds, the lady in question could be seen begging the man not to destroy her home, but no amount of pleading could change the man's mind.
The young man displayed the lengths some men would go to in the event of a broken relationship.
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