Son uses fake account to propose to mother, she denies her husband, children

Son uses fake account to propose to mother, she denies her husband, children

- A gentleman identified as Prince Max narrated how he proposed to his mother with a fake Facebook account and got her denying her family

- According to Prince, his mother said she had no husband nor children

- Prince's post which went viral has probably landed him in trouble with his mother

A popular Facebook user identified as Prince Max has narrated how he succeeded in proposing to his own mother and getting her to deny having a husband and children.

It is not clear where exactly the rather hilarious incident happened but it appears to be a recent story which was shared on February 1, 2020.

Prince Max must have exercised great courage to put the story out there since his mother was certainly going to find out in one way or another.

See Prince's words in the post below:

To make matters even worse, Prince might land in bigger trouble owing to the fact that the post has gone viral.

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A current search for his name and the post has yielded no result. By extension, that might mean that Prince Max has already fallen in trouble for which reason he decided to take down both the post and his account.

In other news, in a bid to ensure that his people are educated, King Adedokun Abolarin is providing free education for them at Abolarin College in Oke Ila, Osun state.

The monarch also provides free food, free hostels, free internet, free uniforms, free laptops and constant electricity for them.

The traditional ruler also teaches in the school.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a woman identified as Basant Shenouda inspired the internet community with her success story and the decision she made in 2015.

Sharing her success story on LinkedIn, she said that move was the best decision of her life, adding that adversity has evolved her for the better.

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She said: "I struggled in gaining a visa for months and I was a month and a half late into my lectures.

"I couldn't seem to keep with the coursework I missed while trying to adjust to a new culture, language, and environment."

Shenouda said during her studies and job hunting, she was always so focused on the future and she never really lived in the present or celebrated through her struggles.

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