- A Nigerian lady has stirred massive reactions online over a recent video shared via her TikTok account
- In the video, the lady came out of her hotel room and stood at the door, screaming that she needs a man
- Reacting to the lady's request, a young man came out of his hotel room to inform her that he is available
A beautiful Nigerian lady, Aphrodite Zee, recently played a prank at a hotel room where she lodged.
She shared the prank video via her official TikTok account, which has generated many views and comments since it surfaced on the app.
In the viral video, the young lady came out of her hotel room, screaming that she is in urgent need of a man.
After making her intentions known at the hotel, a man came out of his room and told her he was available, and they all burst into laughter.
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Sharing the video on TikTok, Aphrodite said she was shocked over his response because she didn't think someone would come out.
TikTok users react to the video
"My phones volume was high. And my mom was seated besides me."
"It's the raising of the hand for me, this one is total surrender."
"She was even jumping to him before he ran back for joke not to become real. #HeRan ."
"Why did I think this was Julie the one who makes tik toks with her boss ."
"Try this in my country by the time you finish the statement you will already be satisfied."
"The guy respond with his 2 hands in d air. just in case you no hear, u no fit claim say u no c am."
Watch the video below:
Nigerian lady who's been living in the UK for 7 years without a man cries out bitterly, says she needs one
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a single Nigerian woman has complained bitterly about being unable to find love after spending years in the United Kingdom.
According to her, she has spent seven years in the UK and in all her years of living there, no man has ever approached her for a relationship.
Sharing her unenviable ordeal on social media, she recounted how the situation bothered her so much that she had to meet her colleagues at work for advice. She asked them if she has a problem, but they disagreed and made her know that her case is not different from theirs.