Na Girls Be the King of Soaps: Woman Shares How Some Warri Ladies Bathe at Cemeteries for Money Rituals

Na Girls Be the King of Soaps: Woman Shares How Some Warri Ladies Bathe at Cemeteries for Money Rituals

- An unidentified Nigerian woman has opened up about some fetish things that happens in Warri

- The woman revealed the extent some young ladies go to all in the name of making money

- Nigerians, however, asked her how she got to know about the matter

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The video of an unidentified woman talking about how some young ladies in Warri bathe at cemeteries has got people talking on social media.

In the video, the woman noted that these women go to cemeteries early in the morning to have their baths.

According to her, women are more knowledgeable when it comes to fetish things than men.

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Nigerian woman talks about some young ladies in Warri. Photos: @naijaeverything
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She said:

"In Warri, on Cemetry road, they say they are Igbe. They do different things. Warri girls go early in the morning to have their baths. It is not only boys who have soaps, girls are the kings of soaps."

Watch the video below:

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As expected, the video got Nigerians talking. However, many of them wanted to know how the woman got to know about the issue.

Read some comments:


"How you take know?"


"As soap don finish... Abeg anybody wey dem born with silver spoon... make him come borrow me the spoon for 2weeks."


"Things dey happen ooh."


"With her eye self you go know say she self don baff tire."


"She’s a suspect, no 1 see her eyes while explaining? She’s the boss."


"This soap matter don Dey long o."

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"Na girls be king of soap."


"You seff dey do am."

In other news, earlier reported that a Nigerian herbalist said there is nothing like money ritual.

The Ifa adherent, Oluwo Jogbo Orunmila, said it is true that people’s fortunes change when they bathe with a ‘spiritual soap.’

Oluwo stated that the soap makes the person’s spirit to be in tune with the universe such that they are positioned at places to meet people that would bring opportunities to them.

He, however, argued that the person must have a business or something doing for it to work.


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