- Talented alternative singer, Johnny Drille, has taken to social media to bare his mind on wasted time in relationships
- The singer wondered why people date if they see no future with themselves
- Drille said that nobody deserves to have their time wasted in a relationship except it is mutual
Matters of love and relationship are usually the trending gist on the Nigerian social media space. A lot of people take to their online profiles to share their take on the topic.
Just recently, talented alternative singer, Johnny Drille, took to Twitter to speak on wasted time in relationships.
According to the Count On Me crooner, he sees no reason for people to date if they see no future with each other.
Speaking further, Drille said that nobody deserves to have their time wasted in a relationship except it is mutual.
He wrote: “What’s the point in dating someone if you don’t see a future with them?
Call me old fashioned but I don’t think anyone deserves to have their time wasted, except it’s mutual sha”.
See his tweet below:
A number of Nigerians took to the singer’s comment section to react to his post. While some agreed with him, others said that all relationships are not meant to lead to marriage.
Ndukwu Peter wrote: “You can plan your future around someone but then life decides to happen. No matter how you see that person in your future, if you guys are not on the same page, time will always be wasted.”
Anthony Okadigbo said: “The point is banku... Must every relationship lead to marriage... you said it shaWeary faceWeary face...you are old fashioned”.
Nowenti tweeted: “You are not old fashioned jor, u dey trend wit d new Generation wit ya undiluted truth jare..
You see the word called Love.. Am coming lemme get extra ice”.
See more reactions below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerians on Twitter dragged handsome Nollywood actor, Timini Egbuson, for being 32 years old and reportedly dating a 20-year-old lady.
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