- Actress Iheme Nancy has said that her dog called Dre is way better than many friends
- In showing off the pet, the actress posed with it, holding the pet against her body
- Iheme's followers on Instagram praised her dog as one asked if it was not the same pet that ate her shoe
Popular actress and filmmaker, Iheme Nancy, has written dearly about her dog, rating the animal over the loyalty of some of her friends.
In an Instagram post she made on Friday, November 21, the actress said that she can put up with the dog's restlessness than some pals.
She said that the pet is 100% better than them. She attached a photo of her holding the animal on Instagram.
Read her post below:
Below are some of the reactions the post got:
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"My darling friends have really shown you paper I guess but trust me DRE will cover up those space for bad friends."
"Shebi na this one chop your shoes."
"Pretty baby p."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the saying that dogs are human's best friends could be right in the case of a little girl whose video of her performing alongside a dog went viral.
In the clip that has been watched over two million times, the girl and her pet were in sync as they showed off some creative gymnastic moves.
The canine beauty also seemed to understand every of the girl's commands as it responded well to all her hand signs.
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In some instances, the dog followed the girl's move in a smooth choreographic show. You would love to own a dog after watching the duo do their thing.
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One of the cutest moments was when the pet jumped over the girl's legs as she stood on her head while maintaining a slight V shape.
The flourish at the end of the act is arguably the best thing to see on the internet as the dog stood on its hinds, raising his forelegs as it attempted to wave the audience goodbye.
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