- A Nigerian lady identified as Oluwafunlola on Twitter has said that the man she used to cook for was eating the same food with his girlfriend
- Every time she sent the food through a dispatch rider, the man would lie to the other woman that he ordered it online
- While some people blamed the male gender for their unfaithfulness, others believed she showed love too soon
A Nigerian lady, Oluwafunlola, has come on Twitter to reveal the big heartbreak she had when the nation was on lockdown.
The lady said that she recently found out that the man she was cooking for had a girlfriend. That was not the worst thing she found out.
Oluwafunlola added that all the while she was acting as the man’s chef, he was feasting on the food with the other girl.
Due to the restriction of movement caused by the lockdown, the lady was always sending the food through dispatch riders.
The main girlfriend, however, did not know where the food was coming from as the man lied to her that he was ordering it online
"Found out the guy I was doing chef for during lockdown, cos we were in a talking stage..and he was begging me to cook for him, I was sending it through dispatch riders, Meanwhile he was eating my food with his main gf at home he lied to her he was ordering the food online."
Oluwafunlola's post has drawn hundreds of engagements online since she tweeted on Thursday, October 1.
Below are some of the reactions the post got:
Some took as a way between both genders.
A Twitter user, Oyindamola, gave a funny response with a quite hilarious meme.
A comment filled with strong sarcasm got many people's attention.
@olawealthq believes she acted too soon, giving a man food when they were still at the talking stage.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @rutie_xx stirred conversations online as she talked about married men and faithfulness.
She said if married men shun extra-marital affairs, 95% of female students will go hungry. She tweeted:
"If married men choose to become faithful to their wives. To be very honest, 95% of female student will die of hunger!!"
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