Nigerian guy in viral crying meme WhatsApp sticker recounts what happened the day the photo was taken

Nigerian guy in viral crying meme WhatsApp sticker recounts what happened the day the photo was taken

- A young man who was only known for being a viral crying meme or WhatsApp sticker has finally spoken up

- The Unilorin student identified as Oladee has also spoken on what transpired that made him cry so hard when his photo was taken

- According to him, he used his grandmother’s money to bet and he lost it all

- Oladee felt that if he cried very hard, those who possessed the money will pity him and return it

Many people who are skilled in the use of social media often infuse stickers or memes into their conversations to make it more funny and relatable.

One sticker that seems to have come in handy for a lot of people is the meme of a young boy crying. The sticker has gone so viral that the person behind it has finally spoken up and explained what led to his tears on that day.

The young man who is a student of Unilorin identified simply as Oladee said that he cried on that day because he used his grandmother’s money to play a betting game which he eventually lost.

Oladee added that he cried so hard on that day with hopes that the person he lost the money to will pity him and return it.

See the video below:


In other news, reported that Nigerian cross-dresser, James Brown aka 'they didn't caught me', who went viral in a video on social media, has said that he is not HIV positive like he claimed back then.

Recall that James Brown became known to many Nigerians after he was arrested alongside others and paraded by the police on the suspicion of being gay.

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