Guy castigates Nigerian men who wear natives to a date

Guy castigates Nigerian men who wear natives to a date

- A Twitter user has caused quite a buzz on social media following his opinion on outfits appropriate for dates

- In his tweets, he questioned why Nigerian men thought it proper to wear native attires to go on dates

- Many social media users have since reacted to the post

When it comes to the idea of looking one's best for a date, it appears everyone has a different opinion on what is considered appropriate for a date. While others see no problem with wearing native attire, this Twitter user seems to think otherwise.

Identified as @Emmyzuel on Twitter, he left many people amusingly confused after he took to the platform to question why Nigerian men wear native outfits on dates.

In his words: "Wearing native attire to a date? aswear Nigeria Men are just sth else. when I say native, smart natives are really cool af, some folks wear agbada to a date to show wealth."

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Some social media users reacted to the post, most of whom disagreed with what his tweet suggested.

See some reactions below:

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Meanwhile, 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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