Lady Who Moved To UK Breaks Down In Tears, Says She Cries Every Week Overseas

Lady Who Moved To UK Breaks Down In Tears, Says She Cries Every Week Overseas

  • A Nigerian lady living in the United Kingdom has sent social media users into a frenzy over her predicament
  • Since she moved to the United Kingdom, the sad lady said it has been tears week in and week out for her
  • Her video divided internet users, with some sympathising with her while others made fun of her situation

A Nigerian lady, @.meenah1, has lamented being unable to find happiness despite residing in the UK.

In a touching video on TikTok, @.meenah1 captured different moments she broke down in tears.

Nigerian lady weeps in video, says she cries every week in UK
She said she cries every week in the UK. Photo Credit: @.meenah1
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According to @.meenah1, she has shed tears every week since she moved to the UK. @.meenah1 noted that living in the UK is not easy.

She was, however, unclear about what makes her cry every week.

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Her video generated a buzz on the social media platform.

Another Nigerian who thought he would enjoy life in Canada had shed tears over loneliness.

Watch the video below:

@.meenah1's video stirs reactions

mimsstylerevolver1 said:

"Omo I won’t lie oo I can’t say cus ordinary only me in my room crying without any tangible reason I will now go uk not even with anybody I pray anytime am going I should go with my babe oo."

Empresszee07 said:

"Can’t even post pictures. Fear of people asking me for money won’t let me post . School fee on my neck . It is well . Hummmmm."

@bukolami said:

"Yours is better,u are in UK, what of me in Egypt,na cry every day.just continue to pray Allah should take me to a greater place.Ope lo ma end story wa."

Rashidat said:

"Come see the way I Dey cry like Mumu inside bus I don’t even care if they are looking at me."

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OLADAPO❤️ said:

"One thing this country have taught me is that we all need overselves. Let’s connect and have a coffee together if you don’t mind."

Best Analyst said:

"I'm coming to join you, make we dey cry together... kojubelo."

Beauty Wyt said:

"Sister mi this tears is not for you aloneam coming to that UK and join you with the cry abeg I rather cry in that UK than this Nigeria way hunger won kill me pause d tears first abeg ."

Lady in Canada laments

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh a video of a young Ghanaian lady opening up on her struggle in Canada has gone viral on social media.

She revealed that she has been hunting for a job for the past six months yet to no avail.

Many people who reacted to the video shared varied opinions on the plight of the young lady.

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Source: Legit.ng

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