- A lady claiming to be South African, has taken to social media to speak on why their men don't like Nigerians
- According to her, Nigerian men are better at showing care to women than their South African counterparts
- Social media users however, find the video hilarious as they believe she's faking the accent to trend
Following the outrage trailing the xenophobic attacks in South Africa in which many Nigerians reportedly lost their business and some, their lives, many people have taken to social media to react to the issue, mostly condemning the act.
Just recently, a video of a lady claiming to be South African, went viral on the internet after she stated some reasons why South African men don't like Nigerians.
In the video, she stated that Nigerian men know how to take care of South African women way better than South African men. According to her, their men are selfish and thus, they make it easy for Nigerians to have their women.
She went on to state that it was the reason South African men are angry at Nigerian men.
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While some people agreed with her, many people however could not get passed how inauthentic her accent sounded.
See reactions below:
"real_kathy_: Ahh dis one no be SA babe, she's from kogi"
"tegaa_bae: I can hear ibo,Kenya and calabar accent "
"serahclara: I feel like this is a combination of south African and igbotic accent."
"uncle.dre: Imagine this ekaite "
"charlytivity: Where in Calabar are U from?"
"rebeccaimelda83: Why do I feel this lady is a Nigerian "
"_joy_burgundy: What in the Igbo accent is going on here "
Still on the xenophobic attacks, while many people are calling on the government to intervene, an abroad-based Nigerian seems to believe another solution will be much more effective.
The man who revealed that he used to live in South Africa, advised Nigerians to go back home and focus on making the country better.
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