Nigerian lady claims a man that does not beat his girlfriend has no love for her

Nigerian lady claims a man that does not beat his girlfriend has no love for her

- A video of a lady giving strange relationship advice has surfaced online

- The lady was heard telling women that if their boyfriend does not beat them he does not love them

- In the video, the lady also complained about how people attacked her when she previously shared the advice

A young Nigerian lady has been spotted on camera giving a piece of strange relationship advice to ladies. The lady advised women that if they are dating a man that does not beat them once in a while he has no love for them.

According to her, she can never date a man that does not beat her. She said if he does not beat her it is fake love.

In the video, she added that if she does something wrong he should beat her. She claimed that if he does not do so after she does something wrong it means what she did did not annoy him.

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She added that it also means that he does not care for her or love her the way he claims.

The lady also complained about how people called her out for previously giving the advice. came across the video after it was shared on Twitter by a user identified as @therealdotun.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that a Nigerian lady identified as @tillytate on her account for the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, recently shared a sad experience she had with a family member who attempted to sleep with her.

According to the lady, the incident happened when she was 19 years old. She said she visited him at home and he made a move to kiss her. @tillytate said this uncle was a trusted family member, her mentor, her confidante, and a friend.

She said when she turned him down he asked why she was denying him. She explained that he told her that he has been waiting for her and he did not force her even though other men would not have waited the way he did. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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