- A Nigerian man has stirred reactions on social media after a video showed his fast response to a perceived trick
- While buying ice cream from an oyinbo, the man quickly grabbed the hand of the seller, thinking he was about to be tricked
- Nigerians on Instagram said the black man meant business and he was not just going to have being a plaything
A viral video showing a Nigerian man's reaction while getting ice cream from a white man abroad has stirred massive comments online.
Before the man was able to trick him with the cone of ice cream, the man was fast enough to grab the seller's hand.
He was somewhat scared
The buyer reached beyond the ice cream to his hand without thinking twice. His action was so fast that he caught the seller unawares.
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The foreigner was astounded and at a point looked fearful that the joke was about to degenerate.
Watch the video below (swipe):
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 11,000 comments with more than 100,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"I’m sure he was scared for a minute when he grabbed him."
"Only the violent taketh it by force!"
"That guys name must be Femi, they don’t take chances."
"Our own is always different, the guy self shock."
"Them wan use baba catch cruise before."
"The ice-cream guy didn’t even plan to Trick him."
"This is how I'm setting my goals this year. I go catch am for neck."
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"Na Yoruba man him go be."
Ice cream seller tricks man
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a short video showed an ice cream seller with a sleight of hand using one of his customers to put up a show.
In a clip reshared on Instagram by Tunde Ednut, the seller teased the customer many times with the cone of ice cream.
Just when the customer thought he was about to get the cone, the seller would make a fake move, leaving him to catch the air.