- A Nigerian lawyer based in the UK, Olukayode Olugbemi, has lamented the way fellow nationals break the hearts of their white girlfriends
- Olukayode on Sunday, November 15, called for a stop to the maltreatment they subject the ladies to
- Mixed reactions trailed his tweet as many debated the loyalty and caring nature of Nigerian men
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A Nigerian lawyer, Olukayode Olugbemi, has warned fellow countrymen in the UK to stop breaking the hearts of white ladies that fall in love with them.
He said he is tired of being a shoulder his white female friends cry on, telling Nigerians to stop spoiling the country's already dented reputation.
In calling out his fellow countrymen, Olukayode described them as "boys". The lawyer's tweet has gathered various reactions from people.
Many Nigerians in the comment section said white ladies are not the only victims of such maltreatment.
See his tweet below:
Below are some of the reactions:
"Nigerian boys don spook ground gan. I remember the first babe I met in London left me because I am fresh from naija in February."
"What's happening? I thought it was on this twitter that people agreed it's Nigerian women's fault that we're maltreated by Nigerian men cos apparently they treat foreign women better."
"They should also stop marrying them to get green pass. That's wickedness! No one deserves to be used like that."
"Not only in the UK. People just need to stop deceiving others and stop using them for their selfish gains only to dump them. I consider this a grave sin. You can't eat your cake and have it guys. When you treat these women this way karma has a way of catching up with you. STOP."
"If they can treat their fellow sisters here is it foreigners they won't treat bad. Abeg leave matter oo. When u see the one in ur destiny u won't regret it."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian man with the Twitter name Tare Brisibe got many talking on social media after he shared his wedding photo with his Romanian bride.
In a post he titled “To have and to hold”, he shared four pictures of the bride in a beautiful print as they both wore facemasks.
Many wished the couple well. While some Nigerians suggested that the marriage could be an arranged one for citizenship, others countered, saying the man married the person his heart wanted.
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