You don’t owe your parents anything - Media personality Noble Igwe says

You don’t owe your parents anything - Media personality Noble Igwe says

- Nigerian media personality, Noble Igwe, has gotten Nigerians on social media to react in funny ways with his recent tweets

- The fashion icon said that people owe their parents nothing and that they should have prepared for their old age before it came

- Noble then added that people should break free from old traditions and see parents as equals and stop calling them mummy and daddy

Social media, especially in Nigeria, is a very interesting place with people airing their unique and funny views, no matter how it would be handled by the audience.

Perhaps, a form of confidence comes with typing things from behind a screen and not sharing the message in a direct manner.

These days on social media, a number of people make funny declarations all in a bid to sound ‘woke’. Well, some other people have also tried to highlight how ridiculous this ‘wokeness’ can seem sometimes, using sarcasm.

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Nigerian media personality, Noble Igwe, recently took to social media via his Twitter page to say that children do not owe their parents anything because they should have prepared for their old age before it came.

He wrote: “The biggest scam ever invented by parents was / is making their children send them money in their own age.

I repeat, you don’t owe your parents anything. They were here before you and should have prepared for old age.

Parents are always taking and taking.

Stop the pressure!”.

See the tweet:

Before people could react too much, the fashion icon dropped the second part of his tweet which showed that he was only being sarcastic in the first part.

Noble said that the act of calling parents ‘mummy’ and ‘daddy’ is out dated in this year 2020. He said people should break free from old traditions because their parents are humans and humans are equals.

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He wrote: “It’s 2020 and people still call their parents “ Daddy and Mummy”.

For people with given names, why are people still referring to them as “Mum and Dad”?

Break free for old culture and traditions, your parents are humans and all humans are equal.

Let me call Charity Igwe now sef.”

See his tweet below:

Interesting.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that a Twitter user surprised her mother with a Mercedes Benz SUV. However, the car was delivered while her mother was at home having a meeting with her village people.

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