- A Nigerian man was heartbroken after his girlfriend saved his contact with Big Head and another person's number with My Love
- He confronted the young lady but she insisted that she saved his number with My Heart
- The man then asked her to return the phone to him since he was the one that bought the device for her
A Nigerian man has clashed with his girlfriend after finding out that she saved his contact with Big Head and another man's number with My Love.
In a video that was shared on Instagram by @lindaikejiblogofficial, the man insisted that he saw his contact saved as Big Head, but the lady insisted that she saved it with My Heart.
According to the lady, the man she saved his number with My Love is her brother.
The infuriated young man then asked the lady to return the phone since he was the one who bought it for her four days earlier.
In her response, the lady said the phone the man bought was faulty, adding that the one she was holding was different from the one he bought.
The man then snatched the phone from her and smashed it on the floor.
In a screenshot shared on Twitter by @Postsubman, it was indicated that the woman refused to support her husband because her name wasn't included in the house document.
Man set to divorce wife for having N18m and refusing to support him in completing his house
The woman decided to buy a house in her name but was duped of R700k.
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a beautiful young woman who identifies herself on Twitter as Adenikeodubawo showed in pictures how bad her marriage was and why she chose to give up on it for her own sanity.
In a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on her personal handle, the woman posted four photos, showing a picture of herself before her wedding, another one when she was married, and two more when she called for divorce.
In the one taken during her marriage, she looked skinny and unhappy showing she was having a tough time with her husband, whilst all the others reveal her life was a whole lot better.
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