- A Twitter user identified as @Troveen1 has taken to the microblogging site to share the interesting thing he found in his father’s wardrobe
- According to the chap, he was helping his father pack things from his wardrobe when a book fell out
- Troveen claims the book was about how to get a sugar mummy and its benefits
Social media is a place where many people share interesting things from their lives with millions of followers. It appears there is a form of freedom and secrecy people feel when sharing personal details about their lives with strangers from the comfort of their homes and behind a screen.
On Twitter for instance, people have been known to share unsavoury details about their loved ones just to get reactions. Sometimes, these stories might not even be true.
Just recently, a young man identified on Twitter as @Troveen1 took to the microblogging site to share something interesting he happened to find in his father’s wardrobe.
According to Troveen, he was helping his dad pack things from his old wardrobe to a new one when a manual about how to get a sugar mummy fell out. The young man also shared photos from the book he claimed to find on his Twitter page.
In his post he wrote: “So I was helping daddy pack out stuff from the old wardrobe today because he got a new one made and boom this book falls out of an old file.... I'm still in shock of the contents of the book..... Pls who is jide taiwo?!!!!!”
See his post below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that there was drama on Twitter after a young man claimed his girlfriend has passed on just to gain sympathy from his crush.
According to the gist, he blocked everyone on his Whatsapp except his crush. Then he uploaded a photo of his ex and wrote a caption suggesting she had passed on. His crush saw it and he claimed she was his sister who had recently passed on.
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