- A Nigerian lady has come under fire for posting her conversation with a guy online
- The lady identified as Gloria had shared a conversation she had with a guy who chatted her up and went on to tag him as angry
- Social media reactions however, have not be in her favour
It appears not everyone who 'slides into DMs' get desired results. A Nigerian lady, identified as Gloria on Twitter, is currently the topic of discussion following her recent gaffe on the micro-blogging platform.
She recently took to Twitter to share a conversation she had with another Twitter user, Dapson, who had slid into her DM, expressing interest in her.
However, it appears Gloria was put off by the way he carried the conversation and called him out on it. This however did not go down well with Dapson who resorted to calling her names.
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Gloria who shared screenshots of the conversation, tagged Dapson an 'angry guy' for the way he reacted.
However, many other Twitter users believe she was partly at fault and the fact that she had to make a private conversation public only means she was hungry for attention.
While many people admonished her for the way she responded to Dapson, others used the opportunity to troll her.
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See some reactions below:
Perhaps, it is safe to say this was not the reaction she expected when she thought it wise to share screenshots of the conversation online.
Meanwhile, if there is anything BBNaija Uriel knows how to do other than make amazing dishes and beautiful wigs, it has definitely got to be pouring out her feelings regardless of whose ox is gored.
She recently took to her Instastory to advise married men to stop asking her out and leave her alone for the single guys.
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