-A Nigerian lady recently recounted how she and her sibling blocked their parent on social media
-She disclosed that their dad found out and confronted her
-The lady also shared screenshots of the exchange with her old man after he made the discovery
It is no longer news that a lot of social media users, especially youths, have always made it a habit to block their parents, relatives and other older folks on their respective social media platforms.
For many, this is to ensure that they do not have to look over their shoulders from time to time over fear of what the older folks may deem as inappropriate content.
Such is the case of a Nigerian lady who recently shared the story of how she and her brother blocked their father on popular micro blogging platform, Twitter.
Sharing a series of screenshots of her exchange with her old man after he found out, the lady revealed that her course of action made her feel so bad.
In one of the screenshots of her WhatsApp conversation with her parent, her dad wondered why she and her sibling blocked him on the platform, and also pointed out that it was an unfriendly gesture to extend to him.
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He added that both of them are over 21 and as such they are responsible for whatever content they put out while he simply has to guide them from making the wrong calls.
See the exchange between the two below:
Reacting to the lady’s post, some of her followers were completely smitten by the manner in which the old man handled the situation. See reactions below:
In a similar parent and children story, Legit.ng gathered the report of a short mum, who became a viral sensation on the internet after a video recording of her surfaced online. In the video, the short woman was heard directing her tall son to go down whenever she talks to him.
Many social media users described her as a typical representation of a lot of African mothers.
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