- A model, Adetutu Oluwabusayomi Alabi, has with humour, shared the photo of her brother eating
- Adetutu said the young man ate despite the fact that he came visiting to keep her company as she recovers her health
- Many reacted as they said there was nothing wrong with the man taking care of himself during the sick visit
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A beautiful African model with tribal marks, Adetutu Oluwabusayomi Alabi, has shared a hilarious photo of her brother who came to pay her a visit.
She said that the young man came because she took ill and lives alone. He was to serve as her companion.
On Tuesday, December 16, Adetutu posted a picture of her brother feasting on a plate of food placed on a low stool.
The sister tweeted:
"This my brother was told to come stay with me for some days because I'm sick and live alone, see him this morning. Person wey come take care of sick person dey chow and I never chow... Come and see oooo."
Nigerians reacted to the photo as many said the man also needed strength from the food if he is to care for a sick person.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of their reactions below:
"Na where we dey take care of sick person, na him we dey take care of our self."
"The guy must chop nah, abi how do you expect him to have strength to take care of you?"
"Lmaooo allow the man to eat in peace."
"Lol, maybe u yourself is a handful. And na inner strength we dey use tackle the outer."
"Make he die because he dey take care of sick person, allow guy man enjoy while it last."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Olusegun on Twitter shared a very 'horrible' dating experience he had while his monthly salary was still N20,000.
He said during the date, while he only bought a bottle of water for himself, the lady he took out ordered for food that amounted to N4500.
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