- A Nigerian writer recently caused mixed reactions online over her opinion about why fathers cry when their daughters get married
- According to the lady identified as Tope Delano, they cry because they know their daughters will experience the same pain they (fathers) inflicted on their mothers
- Delano stated this in answer to an emotional picture post of a father crying on his daughter's wedding day
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A Nigerian writer identified as Tope Delano recently caused a buzz on social media after she shared her opinion on why fathers become emotional on their daughter's wedding day.
Responding to a question about it, she insinuated that these men cry because they are abusive to their wives and believe their daughters would experience the same abuse in the hands of their husbands.
"Why do men do this? Ans: they know their female kids are about to experience the same pain they inflicted on their mothers," she tweeted.
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Defending her standpoint, she stated: "I do not need you people to agree with my take as to agree, many of you would have to be honest about yourselves, your relationships and your background and we all know Nigerians and dealing with their sh1t is a union that can never come to life."
See a few reactions to her post below:
Still on weddings, in the past, the stages of life included meeting in person, falling in love, getting married, and starting a family
In modern times, people have adopted more liberal ways of finding love which includes dating apps and sliding into their crush's DMs. A Twitter user by the name Dom left her followers holding onto hope after detailing how she went from single to married with a kid after her man followed her on social media.
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Meanwhile, a Nigerian lady identified on Twitter as @Ikoojo_ recently took to the platform to share her excitement after getting a surprise alert of N100k from an anonymous person.
On getting the alert, she took to the micro-blogging platform to thank the unidentified man as she shared a screenshot of their conversation. “Thank you God of Anon(nymous),” she tweeted.
However, after posting it, it was seen that she had initially left his message unanswered; a message he sent since January 4.
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