- A young Nigerian woman has shared a WhatsApp screenshot of a message allegedly sent by her sugar daddy
- The man's wife discovered their affair and immediately collected her husband's side chick's number from his phone
- Netizens have expressed their shock over the incident, with many bashing the lady for staying in contact with a married man
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A Nigerian lady with the handle @lizzywardrobe_and_jewelsn on TikTok has shared her experience with her sugar daddy.
She shared a screenshot of a message which she claimed was sent to her by her sugar daddy.
The message, filled with promises of lavish gifts and vacations, also instructed her to pose as his cousin if his wife contacts her.
However, some netizens voiced scepticism, questioning the authenticity of the message and suggesting that it may be a fabrication.
The message read;
“Hello baddie. My wife just collected your number from my phone lied to her that you are my distant cousin, cause I used "Sisto" to save your contact. So please baby if she calls, tell her you are my cousin.
"I promise you vacation to any country of your choice next week and I will send you 3 million now for making you lie. Hope you've ended things with that your Yeye boyfriend that always beg you for sub and urgent 2k all the time o. I want you to be mine only. Zaddy loves you.”
Lady reacts as sugar daddy promises her N3 million
In response to the controversial message, Lizzy promised to hold a giveaway for her followers if her sugar daddy delivers on his offer of N3 million.
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“Y’all drop your account details once my zaddy sends the 3million i will do giveaway.”
Reactions as sugar daddy promises lady N3 million
Netizens have taken turns to share their thoughts about Lizzy's situation
“Me and you know say na lie.”
“Imagination wan wound this wan.”
“Aaaahhhhh una too lie for this app abeg.”
@Nnenna Onuoha said:
“Which kin lie be this naw.”
“I swear no be that man write this thing una too dey lie.”
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Guy jilts lady because she posts memes
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian lady was jilted by her lover because of her activities on social media.
Taken to TikTok, the lady who was asked in an interview the reason she and her ex broke up said it was because she regularly posts memes on social media.
She said her ex-boyfriend was against the idea of her posting memes on social media with the excuse that it portrayed her as someone who was unserious.
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