- A Twitter user identified as Jennifer Okuro has left social media users amused following a recent post about shopping online
- According to photos shared via her Twitter account, she ordered a pair of leather/sock boots but got something ill-fitted instead
- Several social media users have reacted to the photos with some advising her to get it slimmed to fit
Shopping online may be convenient but it doesn't always give the desired results as expected.
This is clearly the case for a lady identified as Jennifer Okuro who shared photos of what she got from an online vendor.
In one of the two photos, what was advertised was pair of fitted thigh-high boots but what she got appeared bigger than her size.
Social media users react
The post sparked reactions amongst social media users, many of whom advised her to either get it slimmed to fit or gain weight.
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Check out some comments below:
"Make she slim fit am."
"Exactly. Her thighs ain’t big.. any lil thing y’all start dragging online vendors not cool."
"Why u no order Ur size."
"Why you tell Kanayo to produce Kanye boots?"
"Na your leg no big."
"They delivered the exact thing you wanted, you don't have a thick leg."
"She should call obioma to shape-in it to her size."
"But nothing do Watin you order, just slim fit."
Man pays N115k for designer sneakers, shares photo of fake version he received
Online orders may be convenient but they also remain one of the easiest means to get scammed as seen in the case of Prince Mudi.
The Twitter user gave many people quite a reason to talk after he opened up about his online shopping experience.
According to the photos shared, he had ordered a pair of white Alexander McQueen sneakers, paying the sum of N115k.
This particular model of the sneakers usually has the brand's name written on the back.
Lady shares video of N75k product gotten from hair vendor
A displeased customer has also taken to social media to call out a hair vendor whom she believed cheated her out of a good wig.
In a video shared by Krakshq, the lady is seen struggling to comb through the tough hair.
She then proceeded to show a picture of the hair she had ordered - what is popularly known as 'bone straight hair'. However, what she got was entirely different from what was advertised.