- A Nigerian lady, Tolu, has told tweeps how her boyfriend's mother showed her kindness by sending plantain chips
- The lady also revealed that the mom is always excited to speak to her during video calls with her lover
- Many people who reacted were amazed by the woman's nice attitude as they praised the girlfriend for being lucky
Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
Install our latest app for Android and read the best news about Ghana
A Nigerian lady, Tolu, on Sunday, October 4, got many people talking when she revealed the kind of love her boyfriend's mother has for her.
In a post on Twitter, she said the woman fried plantain chips so the son can bring for her in Lagos.
That is not all, she said whenever she is having a video call with bae, the woman always tries to see her face, telling her son to greet his lover.
See her tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, Tolu's tweet has close to 20,000 likes with over 1,500 retweets and loads of comments.
Below are some people's reactions below:
"She is really fun and welcoming.... Even the girl before you had series of fried chicken from his mum yet the game still cut..... So be calming down my dear we've been there before."
"What if she is frying for you and many others? What if she struggles to enter the video even when he is talking to other girls? It’s a *what if* question I ask o."
"Choi God when see oppression o. I don’t even have a boyfriend talk less of a boyfriend mother sending me plantain chips."
"Keep that mother in law on your side forever bkz she is the deal maker .. her smile and peace and support and love will bring many wild crazy nights in the bedroom from his son.. any son who sees his mother happy will do the impossible for his woman."
"God bless her. My ex's mum still sends food to me every festive season and few weekends. Everything no be marriage. I'd rather have a sweet illegal relationship for the rest of my life than a sour legalized union."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian woman identified as Femi joined the trending "How it started. How it’s going" challenge on Twitter.
One of the two pictures the woman shared on the bird app showed her with the man she married when he was her secondary school mate.
"Life has been better for me since I exited the Shatta Movement Camp" Addi Self | #Yencomgh
Have national and human interest issues to discuss?
Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.